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  • Brazil (Globetrotter Wildlife Guide)
    Brazil (Globetrotter Wildlife Guide) by John Malathronas

    This title aims to inspire and help travellers to plan and enjoy tours in Brazil's finest wildlife reserves. Advice on planning your trip and discussing available options, along with park etiquette and an overview of Brazil's natural environment and wildlife. Each park profile includes matters of special interest, scenic and wildlife photographs, detailed maps, plus a range of accommodation and contact details.

    Paperback £12.99 Buy Now
  • Moremi: Africa Calling
    Moremi: Africa Calling by Marco Faccio

    The Moremi River is a tributary of the Okavongo. With stunning photographs by G M Del Vascello this book records the wild country and the animal life of one of the few places on earth where nature remains as it was created. 198 colour photographs 148pp

    Hardback £29.00 Buy Now
  • Where to Go Wild in Britain (RSPB)
    Where to Go Wild in Britain (RSPB) by RSPB

    From the magnificent coastal flower displays of The Lizard in March, to the spectacle of seeing peregrine falcons in the unlikely urban setting of Canary Wharf in June, you'll experience first hand the huge array of flora, fauna and habitat to be found within our shores. Find details on hundreds of locations, maps, contacts, access and facilities, opening times and charges, plus great ideas for a whole host of options, giving you the choice in what you want to do and when.

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  • Nightwalk: A Journey to the Heart of Nature
    Nightwalk: A Journey to the Heart of… by Chris Yates

    'The sudden appearance of a hundred wintering ravens in a wood in Cranborne Chase, where I have lived for twenty five years without seeing more than a few solitary specimens, reminded me that there is always something ready to flame up again in the landscape, just when it seemed the fire had gone out.' Chris Yates, one of Britain's most insightful and lyrical writers, raises his gaze from his beloved rivers and ponds and takes you on a mesmerizing tour of the British countryside. Using his knowledge and unique perception of the natural world he hears every rustle of a leaf, or call of a bird to take you on a magical journey into the very heart of the natural world around us. Illustration type: B/W illustrations, 214pp. 2014

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  • Features of the Shropshire Hills: The Stiperstones and Long Mynd
    Features of the Shropshire Hills: The… by Pete Boardman

    The Stiperstones and The Long Mynd is in the northern part of the Shropshire Hills Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This chart illustrates plants, birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians and invertebrates that inhabit the varied habitats of this area. 2008

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  • Galapagos Diary: A Complete Guide to the Archipelago's Birdlife
    Galapagos Diary: A Complete Guide to… by Hermann Heinzel, Barnaby Hall

    The first section of this book is a tour around each of the islands describing in words, illustrations and photographs the habitats and wildlife highlighting some of the strange breeding stratagies of the archipelago's birds. The second section of the book is a detailed 'field guide' with sketches, photographs and maps.

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  • Costa Rica (Globetrotter Wildlife Guide)
    Costa Rica (Globetrotter Wildlife Guide) by Rowland Mead

    Aims to inspire and help travellers to plan and enjoy tours in Costa Rica's finest wildlife reserves. Advice on planning your trip, park etiquette and an overview of Costa Rica's natural environment and wildlife. Park profiles include matters of special interest, scenic and wildlife photographs, detailed maps, accommodation and contact details.

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  • My Natural History: The Animal Kingdom & How it Shaped Me
    My Natural History: The Animal Kingdom… by Simon Barnes

    Weaves together the story of Simon's life via the animals and the natural encounters that have shaped it. With humour and poetry, every page is fizzing with the author's infectious enthusiasm.

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  • The Living Edge: A Wanderer's Guide to Wenlock Edge
    The Living Edge: A Wanderer's Guide to… -

    Eloquently tells the story of Wenlock Edge as a living entity. We are guided through feather, fungi and fossil, via leaves and stones, ruins and landforms to a deeper appreciation of this special place.

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  • Kenya: A Natural History
    Kenya: A Natural History by Stephen Spawls, Glenn Mathews

    For its size, Kenya probably has the most diverse range of habitats of any country in Africa. This title explores the wildlife and habitats in great detail and gives a thorough overview of Kenya's natural history. Illustration type: Colour photographs, Line drawings, 448pp. 2013

    Hardback £50.00 Buy Now
  • Wild Italy: A Traveller's Guide
    Wild Italy: A Traveller's Guide by Tim Jepson

    Descriptions of more than 70 wild places with information on how to get there, where to stay and what to do. Colour photographs of landscapes, b/w line drawings, maps, 224pp. 2005 edition

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  • The Long Mynd: Its History and Wildlife
    The Long Mynd: Its History and Wildlife by Barrie Raynor

    Traces the history of the Long Mynd, describes the wildlife and its habitats and identifies the factors that have influenced its development from its beginnings to the present time.

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  • Norfolk Wildlife: A Calendar and Site Guide
    Norfolk Wildlife: A Calendar and Site… by Adrian M Riley

    For people interested in Norfolk's wealth of animals and plants, the question often arises, where do we go to see particular species and when. This title provides the answers, where and when best to see them, along with useful suggestions about suitable apparel and footwear for particular sites, information on-site as well as local facilities, and lists of the species you are likely to see at each location.

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  • Four Neotropical Rainforests
    Four Neotropical Rainforests -

    The exploitation & disappearance of tropical forests is one of the world's major ecologically complex problems. The flora & fauna of four major rainforest sites - Manaus Brazil; Manu Park Peru; Barro Colorado Island Panama; and La Selva Costa Rica are compared by expert ecologists providing a reliable compilation of data for researchers & students. Maps graphs tables 627pp 1990

    Paperback £28.00 Buy Now
  • Peruvian Wildlife: A Visitors Guide to the High Andes
    Peruvian Wildlife: A Visitors Guide to… by Barry Walker et al.

    Gives detailed descriptions of all animals encountered in the Andes above 3,000 metres. Some of the hotspots covered are Machu Picchu, Cusco and the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the Inca Trail, the Avenue of the Volcanoes in Ecuador and Lake Titicaca in Bolivia.

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  • Sheer Cliffs and Shearwaters: A Skomer Island Journal
    Sheer Cliffs and Shearwaters: A Skomer… by Richard Kipling

    This is the first book dedicated to the natural history of Skomer for 60 years, describing life on one of the most important nature reserves in the UK. As a scientist, the author looks closely at the wellbeing of seabirds on Skomer, but also has a philosophical stance concerning the beauty of the island and of life in general. Written in a diary format, making the storyline appealing for general visitors and naturalists alike. Illustration type: Line drawings, B/W photographs, 186pp. 2013

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  • Nature in Gozo
    Nature in Gozo by John J Borg et al.

    Consisting of three main sections, the first section offers a general overview of Gozo's natural habitat covering different fields of study and highlights the charm and beauty of Gozo's environment and heritage. The second section of the book provides details of 160 floral species that can be found on Gozo and the final section provides details of 130 species of fauna.

    Paperback £25.00 Buy Now
  • East African Wildlife (Bradt Travel Guide)
    East African Wildlife (Bradt Travel… by Philip Briggs

    Provides an overview an overview of the regions variety of large animals together with information on their habits and habitats. Also provides an excellent introduction to the region's less heralded variety of smaller creatures including 1,500 bird species and butterflies.

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  • Peru (Travellers' Wildlife Guides)50% OFF
    Peru (Travellers' Wildlife Guides) by David L Pearson, Les Beletsky

    Provides identifying information on the most frequently encountered species of amphibians, reptiles, mammals and birds. Colour photographs and illustrations, 520pp. 2004

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  • Otters of the World
    Otters of the World by Paul Yoxon, Grace M Yoxon

    Having worked for over 20 years on otter conservation of all 13 species, the authors wished to share their experiences of these beautiful animals. Each species is listed in the IUCN Red Data List and yet little attention is given to their predicament. The illegal wildlife trade in otters is huge and unless urgent action is taken they will be gone forever. With greater awareness and support the IOSF (International Otter Survival Fund) will be able to do more on the world stage to conserve otters. Illustration type: Colour photographs, Distribution maps, 176pp. 2014



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  • A Walk through Fuerteventura
    A Walk through Fuerteventura by David Collins

    This is a passionate and authoritative account written by someone who really knows Fuerteventura. The text describes a walk over the mountains and remote desert landscapes of the island, referring in particular to the wildlife and places of historic interest, but also includes personal anecdotes from visits spanning more than 30 years. Illustration type: Colour photographs, 288pp. 2014

    Paperback £14.99 Buy Now
  • Field Guide to Wildlife of the Gambia23% OFF
    Field Guide to Wildlife of the Gambia by David Penney

    The Gambia, located on the coast of tropical West Africa, supports a diverse range of habitat types, from forests to mangrove swamps, savannah grasslands and coastal ecosystems. It has a rich and diverse flora and fauna, which for some groups such as birds and mammals is relatively well known. However, for groups such as arachnids and most insect orders very little information is available. In this relatively small volume, the author provides close-up macrophotographs and notes on the biology of more than 700 non-marine species, including those most likely to be seen by the vigilant nature lover during a short visit to the country. Many of the species represent the first records for the country and several will almost certainly be new to science. The focus of this guide is identification in the field, so text has been kept to a bare minimum. It is a must for anybody with even a passing interest in the wildlife of The Gambia and West Africa. Illustration type: Colour photographs, 160pp. 2nd edition. 2012

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  • The Ruffled Edge: Notes from a Nature Warden
    The Ruffled Edge: Notes from a Nature… by Pete Howard

    The author, a professional conservationist, tells his own stories of truly exhilarating encounters with British wildlife, especially birds, while working as a nature warden. These lively and vivid memoirs take the reader on an eye-opening journey through some of the most interesting and diverse habitats of Britain, recounting many thrilling and intimate experiences with its special birds and wildlife.

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  • Wild Animals of Singapore
    Wild Animals of Singapore by Nick Baker, Kelvin Lim

    Compiled by wildlife experts of the Nature Society of Singapore, it describes and illustrates 38 mammals, 50 snakes and 37 other reptiles, 25 frogs and toads, and 30 freshwater fishes. The habitat photographs are all taken on location. Additional chapters show how and where to find wildlife, and complete checklists are included listing all species recorded from the country.

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  • Loire Valley: Loire, Brenne and Sologne, France (Crossbill Guides)
    Loire Valley: Loire, Brenne and… by Dirk Hilbers

    The region known as the Loire Valley encompasses famous birdwatching areas such as the Brenne and the Sologne. This guide contains detailed background information and a large number of routes and observation tips for naturalists and birdwatchers alike. Colour photographs, 207pp. 2011

    Paperback £21.95 Buy Now
  • Wild Hares & Hummingbirds: The Natural History of an English Village
    Wild Hares & Hummingbirds: The Natural… by Stephen Moss

    Naturalist and author Stephen Moss lives in the longest village in England - Mark, on the Somerset Levels. This ancient country parish, dating from before the Domesday Book, has been reclaimed from the sea over many centuries. Today the landscape bears witness to its eventful past, and is criss-crossed with watery ditches and broad droves, down which livestock was once taken to market. These are now home to a rich selection of resident and visiting wildlife: rooks and roe deer; sparrows and snowdrops; buzzards, badgers and butterflies. B/w illustrations, 205pp. 2012

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  • Pantanal Wildlife: A Visitor's Guide to Brazil's Great Wetland
    Pantanal Wildlife: A Visitor's Guide to… by James Lowen

    Covers the best areas to search for particular wildlife specialities, with tips on how to find, identify and enjoy them.

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  • Field Notes from a Hidden City: An Urban Nature Diary
    Field Notes from a Hidden City: An… by Esther Woolfson

    This title is set against the austere, grey and beautiful northeast Scottish city of Aberdeen. The author examines the elements - geographic, atmospheric and environmental - that bring diverse lifeforms to live in close proximity in cities. Describes the seasons, the streets and the quiet places of her city over the course of a year, which begins with the exceptional cold and snow of 2010, 368pp. 2013

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  • Identifying Animals: All Vertebrates of France, Benelux, Great Britain and Ireland
    Identifying Animals: All Vertebrates of… by Michel Geniez, Vincent Daveriaux

    A bilingual guide that allows accurate and easy identification of 640 vertebrate species: all birds, mammals (including cetaceans and bats), reptiles, amphibians and freshwater fish found in France, the Benelux and the British isles. Concise texts give the size, overall description and the main habitats of each species. Rarity status by large areas are indicated for each species. Colour photographs and illustrations, distribution maps, 320pp. 2012

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  • A Guide to Hedgerows (ID Chart)
    A Guide to Hedgerows (ID Chart) by Gill Crane

    This 8 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of Hedgerows provides a guide to the plants, birds, mammals and invertebrates that live in the British hedgerow.

    Laminated chart £3.00 Buy Now
  • Costa Rica: A Journey Through Nature
    Costa Rica: A Journey Through Nature by Adrian Hepworth

    This title takes readers on a spectacular journey through one of the most biologically diverse countries on the planet. Bringing together dramatic images and informative descriptions, this book provides a remarkable account of wild animals in Costa Rica, their behaviour, and the sublime landscapes that they inhabit. Illustration type: Colour photographs, 196pp. 2014

    Hardback £24.50 Buy Now
  • The Nature Guide to the Hortobagy and Tisza River Floodplain, Hungary (Crossbill Guides)
    The Nature Guide to the Hortobagy and… by Dirk Hilbers

    The Hortobagy is the largest of the Hungarian Pusztas and is a birdwatching hotspot. This nature reserve, with its steppes is a reminder of Hungarian traditional country life with traditional wells, farms and shepherds. Colour photographs, 191pp. 2008

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  • Wildlife Watching in the Slow Lane: The Nature Diary of an Octagenarian
    Wildlife Watching in the Slow Lane: The… by Mary E Gillham MBE

    The day to day journal of an author and ecologist, now in her late eighties, with time to explore popular and lesser known corners of the South Wales Countryside. Covers a nine month 'gestation period' of adjustment from a life rich in world travel, to shorter rambles on the edge of a built up area. B/w drawings, 432pp. 2009

    Paperback £12.99 Buy Now
  • The Townies Guide to the Countryside
    The Townies Guide to the Countryside by Jill Mason

    Aimed at city dwellers who visit the countryside and would like to know more about what they see. Packed with facts and information about all aspects of rural Britain that will also surprise and inform even the farmer and villager. Colour photographs, 256pp. 2003

    Hardback £10.00 Buy Now
  • Antarctica
    Antarctica by Roger Kirkwood

    Antarctica is full of interesting wildlife, from birds like penguins and gulls to mammals like seals and whales. It is also an important and delicate ecology that needs to be looked after. The text is full of interesting information and activities to test your knowledge. Colour photographs and illustrations, 48pp. 2008

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  • Echoes from Cape Clear: A Year in the Life of an Irish Island and its Bird Observatory
    Echoes from Cape Clear: A Year in the… by Tom Green

    In 1968, Tom and Stephanie Green left the relative comfort of Oxford to spend a year in Ireland as wardens of the remote Cape Clear Island Bird Observatory. This is their engaging story of ornithological discovery along with detailed information and a vivid portrayal of the island and its people.

    Paperback £20.00 Buy Now
  • The Lion and the Gazelle: The Mammals and Birds of Iran
    The Lion and the Gazelle: The Mammals… by P.N. Humphreys, E. Kahrom

    Iran is a natural crossroads over which animals plants and men have migrated since time immemorial. It is a country which exhibits two completely different climatic zones thereby allowing a wide diversity of species to flourish. Combining biology with history and mythology it is the first book to cover the major species of mammals and birds of this virtually unknown area. Colour and b/w photographs, maps, 224pp. 1995

    Hardback £31.50 Buy Now
  • The Galápagos: A Natural History
    The Galápagos: A Natural History by Henry Nicholls

    The Galápagos: A Natural History deals with the extraordinary islands that gave the world Darwin's theory of evolution. The Galápagos were once known to the sailors and pirates who encountered them as Las Encantadas: the enchanted islands, home to marvellous creatures and dramatic volcanic scenery.

    This captivating history of the world's most famous islands charts their evolution from deserted wilderness to profoundly important scientific resource and now global tourist destination. The Galápagos' rich diversity of species made it the cradle of evolutionary theory. Its scientific treasures have always been explored in surprising ways: Darwin rode on the back of tortoises, flung iguanas into the sea and attacked hawks with hats in the process of his discovery. And its lessons are far from exhausted: recently, Darwin's celebrated finches have helped biologists to film evolution in real time.

    The islands are famous throughout the world – recognition that brings with it 170,000 tourists a year and widespread development, as well as bitter clashes between environmentalists and local inhabitants. Now, more than ever, we must be alert to the significance of this unique location – because what happens here foreshadows the fate of threatened ecosystems everywhere on earth.

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  • The Islands of Scotland, Including Skye
    The Islands of Scotland, Including Skye by D. J. Fabian et al.

    Details of topgraphy, climate and what to see on all the Scottish islands. 2001

    Paperback £19.99 Buy Now
  • Uganda (Bradt Travel Guide)
    Uganda (Bradt Travel Guide) by Philip Briggs, Andrew Roberts

    Comprehensively updated, this guide has all you need to plan your itinerary. Information on accommodation for all budgets, suggestions for the best wildlife encounters and up to date advice on health and personal safety. Colour photographs, 550pp, 7th edition 2013

    Paperback £17.99 Buy Now
  • A Brush with Nature: 25 Years of Personal Reflections on the Natural World
    A Brush with Nature: 25 Years of… by Richard Mabey

    Richard Mabey has revealed his passion for the natural world in elegantly written stories for BBC Wildlife Magazine for the past 25 years. This collection brings together his favourite pieces and presents a fascinating and inspiring view of the changing natural landscape in which we live. 256pp. 2010

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  • The Greek Natural Landscape in Easy Lessons
    The Greek Natural Landscape in Easy… by Vangelis Papiomitoglou

    Greece is blessed with a varied natural environment that is full of contrast. Miles of coastline, low and high mountains, rivers, lakes and gorges are all home to a huge number of plant and animal species. Colour photographs, 82pp. 2010

    Paperback £13.95 Buy Now
  • Sri Lankan Wildlife31% OFF
    Sri Lankan Wildlife by Gehan de Silva Wijeyeratne

    Sri Lanka is home to elephants, leopards, bears and water buffalo and boasts one of the highest species densities of marine mammals in the world.

    Paperback £10.99 RRP: £15.99Buy Now
  • Marches (Collins New Naturalist)
    Marches (Collins New Naturalist) by Andrew Allott

    Presenting the first large scale survey of this unique part of the country, the author offers a complete natural history of this area. Covers the hills, fossils, ice ages, meres, mosses, forests, streams and rivers, whilst also focusing on man's impact on the region, the changing wildlife, the impact of agriculture and the scars of past and present industrial activity. Colour photographs, 464pp. 2011

    Paperback £30.00 Buy Now
  • Urban Wildlife
    Urban Wildlife by Shirley

    Describes what wildlife you may find in a town & how to encourage it. B/w illustrations 128pp 1996 Whittet

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  • Where the Sea Breaks its Back: The Epic Story of Early Naturalist Georg Steller and the Russian Exploration of Alaska
    Where the Sea Breaks its Back: The Epic… by Corey Ford

    The remarkable life story of Georg Wilhelm Steller (1709 - 1742) the first naturalist to document the unique wildlife of the Alaskan coast. It is also the account of Vitus Bering's tragic last voyage across the uncharted North Pacific to the edge of the Arctic Ocean " where the sea breaks its back" according to old Aleutian folklore. Steller was on the ill-fated brig St Peter with Bering and his crew and suffered with them on that tragic voyage. Black and white drawings, map, 1995

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  • Gardening for Birdwatchers
    Gardening for Birdwatchers by Mike Toms et al.

    This important title brings together the expertise of garden designers Ian and Barley Wilson with that of the British Trust for Ornithology to produce the definitive guide for improving your garden for birds and other wildlife. The well-illustrated text, complete with planting plans, gets to grips with the techniques that underpin successful wildlife-gardening.

    Paperback £9.99 Buy Now
  • Mediterranean Wildlife (Collins Complete Guide)
    Mediterranean Wildlife (Collins… by Paul Sterry

    Describes and illustrates 1500 species commonly found in Europe's most popular holiday area. Covers coastal areas from Cyprus in the east to Spain in the West also includes Portugal and the Algarve and species found in mountain foothills and animals likely to be seen whilst snorkelling. Colour photographs, 384pp. 2000

    Paperback £24.99 Buy Now
  • Antarctica: A Guide to the Wildlife (Bradt)
    Antarctica: A Guide to the Wildlife… by Tony Soper

    Surveys the plants, fish, birds and mammals which inhabit this inhospitable wilderness in vast numbers. Backed up by details of further reading, a full glossary and a discussion on tourism in Antarctica. Colour and b/w illustrations, maps, 144pp, 5th edition 2008

    Paperback £15.99 Buy Now
  • Island Hopping in Tasmania's Roaring Forties
    Island Hopping in Tasmania's Roaring… by Mary E Gillham

    The Story of an English Naturalist who spent three summers (1958-1960) on the Bass Strait and other small islands around Tasmania helping with research into the viability of the Mutton Bird (short-tailed shearwaters) Industry. Encounters with wildlife, both on and offshore, are described, with emphasis on the sea birds. The main regions have been revisited in the late 1980's and early 1990,s and changes recorded. Illustrated, 516pp. 2000

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  • Vanishing Wildlife: A Sound Guide to Britain's Endangered Species
    Vanishing Wildlife: A Sound Guide to… by Richard Ranft

    Recordings of some of the most elusive birds, mammals, insects and frogs in Britain. Among the 31 species featured are some that have always been scarce, others that have declined in numbers due to changes in habitat and a precious few that have already become extinct. Duration: 73 mins, 2006

    CD £9.99 Buy Now
  • Logbook of the Farallones
    Logbook of the Farallones by Michael Whitt

    The author cruised the Gulf of the Farallones during a two year period in the 1970s & has chronicled his wildlife experiences in this book. His boat "Angelina" the seabirds marine mammals rocks & the sea are the main characters in the story with just a few humans included. The book contains b/w photographs and illustrations by British artist Frederick J. Watson. 119pp 1998

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  • Natural Puerto Rico/Puerto Rico Natural
    Natural Puerto Rico/Puerto Rico Natural by Alfonso Silva Lee

    The island of Puerto Rico is home to a huge variety of reptiles amphibians insects plants birds & other animals many of them living no where else in the world. This book introduces the reader to this diverse wildlife world & is illustrated with beautiful photographs. Text in English & Spanish. 75 colour photographs 128pp 1998

    Paperback £19.99 Buy Now
  • Natural History of the Islands of California
    Natural History of the Islands of… by Allan A. Schoenherr et al.

    This comprehensive book discusses both the human & the natural history of the islands including all eight Channel Islands Ano Nuevo the Farallons & the islands of San Francisco Bay. Starting with the formation of the islands the authors go on to discuss the history of human habitation & then provide a thorough introduction to the marine & terrestrial biotas. They discuss past damage & current threats to the island ecosystems including the problems caused by the introduction of non-native plants & animals. The book is also useful as a visitor guide the first chapter giving access details for each island. Colour & b/w photographs line drawings maps 408pp 1999

    Hardback £35.00 Buy Now
  • Wild Argyll: A Film by Bob Grove on Argyll's Natural History
    Wild Argyll: A Film by Bob Grove on… by Bob Grove

    This DVD Video captures the essence of Argyll's wild places. Evoking memories of past occasions or as a planner for future visits. Relax and enjoy the wildlife that this diverse area of the Highlands and Islands has to offer, from birds to bees, animals to wildflowers and dragonflies to butterflies. Duration: 45 mins

    DVD £10.00 Buy Now
  • Guide to Garden Wildlife
    Guide to Garden Wildlife -

    Detailed descriptions and information on the life history, behaviour and occurrence of the extraordinary variety of wildlife that can be found in gardens. General introduction to the ecology of the garden and its species as well as the latest thinking on improving gardens for wildlife.

    Paperback £12.95 Buy Now
  • Breaking Ice
    Breaking Ice by Jan Vermeer

    Documents the expansive polar regions of the earth. Dutch photographer Jan Vermeer, with a great deal of patience and a stong feeling for contrast, has captured the macro and micro facets of nature to make the public conscious of natures beauty and the fact that we need to treat it with care. Colour photographs, 192pp. 2010

    Paperback £30.00 Buy Now
  • Traveller's Guide to the Parks & Reserves of Western Australia
    Traveller's Guide to the Parks &… by Simon Nevill

    A guide to all the main national parks and reserves to be found in Western Australia. Divided in to 9 geographic regions: Perth, South West, South Coast, Wheatbelt, Goldfields, Nullabor, Mid West, Pilbara and Kimberley. Describes each park in general terms but includes a description of various wildlife that can be found there. Colour photographs, 2006

    Paperback £24.99 Buy Now
  • Limerick Nature Walks
    Limerick Nature Walks by Geoff Hunt

    Detailed maps and nature notes on 35 nature walks. Also includes the first county bird report, butterfly report and dragonfly report. Colour photographs, 160pp. 2006

    Paperback £19.95 Buy Now
  • Nomads of the Serengeti
    Nomads of the Serengeti by Robyn Stewart

    A lavish photographic book which captures the beauty and scope of the landscape and wildlife of this extraordinary place. Profiles the grazing patterns and social structure of the area's diverse animal populations, with particular emphasis on the large scale herd migration that has shaped this region and the continent of which it is a part. Colour photographs, 176pp. 2002

    Hardback £19.99 Buy Now

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