Gerald Durrell

Durrell in [[Askania Nova]], 1985 Gerald Malcolm Durrell, (7 January 1925 – 30 January 1995) was a British naturalist, writer, zookeeper, conservationist, and television presenter. He founded the Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust and the Jersey Zoo on the Channel Island of Jersey in 1959. He wrote approximately forty books, mainly about his life as an animal collector and enthusiast, the most famous being ''My Family and Other Animals'' (1956). Those memoirs of his family's years living in Greece were adapted into two television series (''My Family and Other Animals'', 1987, and ''The Durrells'', 2016–2019) and one television film (''My Family and Other Animals'', 2005). He was the youngest brother of novelist Lawrence Durrell. Provided by Wikipedia
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Durrell, Gerald Malcolm, 1925-1995 Chytněte mi guerézu / Gerald Durrell ; [z angl. přel. Jiří Volf] 1977
Durrell, Gerald Malcolm, 1925-1995 O mé rodině a jiné zvířeně / Gerald Durrell ; [z angl. přel. Taťána Tilschová] 1986
Durrell, Gerald Malcolm, 1925-1995 Opilý prales / Gerald Malcolm Durrell ; [il. Jan Maget ; z angl. přel. Zora Wolfová ; graf. upr. Václav Kučera] 1982
Durrell, Gerald Malcolm, 1925-1995 Zoo na zámku / Gerald Durrell 1980
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