A Snorkeller’s Guide to the Mediterranean - Pelagic Publishing

A Snorkeller’s Guide to the Mediterranean

A photographic ID guide to the most commonly encountered marine species

  • Handy photographic guide for Mediterranean fish, invertebrates and other marine life.
  • Packed with tips on how to maximise your snorkelling experience.
  • Readable, engaging and inspiring.
    $26.00

    Tags:
    • Coming Soon
    • diving
    • fish
    • invertebrates
    • marine biology
    • marine habitat
    • marine mammals
    • Mediterranean
    • snorkelling
    • underwater

    Description

    As one of the world’s most popular holiday destinations, the Mediterranean is rich in wildlife, including a wealth of wonders to be found under the sea. Many visitors are attracted by snorkelling and so, for the first time, this book provides an easy-to-use identification guide specifically aimed at holiday snorkellers. Here you can discover all those eye-catching species of fish and other marine life most likely to be encountered as you explore. Tips are provided on how to enjoy snorkelling and benefit from seeing as wide a range of species as possible. Although the book concentrates on shallow-water sea life, some of the denizens of deeper water are touched upon too.

    Presented in an informative yet readable manner, and richly illustrated throughout, this is the ideal guide for both the casual holiday snorkeller and those with a deeper interest in nature

    DOI: 10.53061/XNUO6313

    About the Author

    A graduate in zoology from the University of Aberdeen, Keith Broomfield has been writing about nature since the late 1980s. He is a nature columnist for The Courier and Press & Journal newspapers in Scotland and has written three books: If Rivers Could Sing, A Scottish Wildlife Odyssey and Wild Quest Britain. He is passionate about snorkelling and the marine world and A Snorkeller’s Guide to the Mediterranean is the culmination of 40 years regularly exploring this underwater realm. Keith is a trustee of the Forth Rivers Trust and editor/board member of the Forth Naturalist & Historian.

    Bibliographic Information

    • 180 pages
    • Colour illustrations
    • BISAC SPO059000, SCI039000, SCI070020, SCI070010
    • BIC PSPM, 1QSM, WSSC, PSVT, PSVW1