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  • Why the Cheetah Cheats; And Other Mysteries of the Natural World
    Why the Cheetah Cheats; And Other… by Lewis Smith

    A fascinating overview of recent research on the animal world. Examples of animal behaviour include new research on the promiscuity of female as well as male cheetahs. Almost every cheetah litter has two or more fathers, the benefits are that their cubs are more genetically diverse and the chance of the young being killed by adult males is reduced. The animal world is revealing more of its long kept secrets every day, helping us better understand the world in which we live. Colour photographs, 240pp. 2009

    Paperback £20.00 Buy Now
  • The Illustrated Guide to Chickens; How to choose them, how to keep them
    The Illustrated Guide to Chickens; How… by Celia Lewis

    Covers the 100 most familiar breeds of chickens in Europe and North America. The breed profiles are written in engaging text that covers the history of each breed, its main characteristics, and information about looking after them.

    Hardback £16.99 Buy Now
  • Meadowland: The Private Life of an English Field
    Meadowland: The Private Life of an… by John Lewis-Stempel

    What really goes on in the long grass?. Meadowland gives an unique and intimate account of an English meadow's life from January to December, together with its biography.

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  • An Illustrated Coastal Year
    An Illustrated Coastal Year by Celia Lewis

    Written and presented in the same style as 2013's popular An Illustrated Country Year, Celia Lewis's beautiful new book covers the wildlife found on and around the seashore, above and under water. Illustrated throughout with Celia's gorgeous watercolours and linocuts, the book is broken up into seasons, with each featuring illustrations of flowers, insects, animals, fish, birds, shells and all sea-related species found at that time of year..An Illustrated Coastal Year highlights all the flora and fauna to look out for when you visit the coast and is perfect to dip into before or after any trip to our shores.

    Hardback £20.00 Buy Now
  • Why the Lion Grew its Mane: A Miscellany of Recent Scientific Discoveries from Astronomy to Zoology
    Why the Lion Grew its Mane: A… by Lewis Smith

    A leopard that changed its spots, a substance just one atom thick, an invisible cloak and a creature that sees with its feet. They all sound too far fetched to be true but are in fact just some of the recent discoveries from the real life world of science. In clear straightforward language this book offers a lively anthology of discoveries; Neanderthal menus, giant dragonflies, exploding stars and much more. Colour photographs, 256pp. 2007

    Paperback £20.00 Buy Now
  • The Birds of Gwent
    The Birds of Gwent by W A Venables et al.

    One of the first comparative breeding bird atlases for a county. The use of data from 1977 and 1987 atlases allows longer term population trends to be analysed and discussed. Details the status, distribution, and past and present fortunes of all birds recorded in Gwent, with a breakdown of all rarity records. Line drawings, distribution maps, colour photographs, 416pp. 2008

    Hardback £40.00 Buy Now
  • THAILAND AND MALAYSIA DECEMBER 1988 - AUGUST 1989
    THAILAND AND MALAYSIA DECEMBER 1988 -… by A Lewis et al.

    A privately produced report on the birds & mammals seen covering the sites the birds ID hints travel and accommodation details. Annotated checklist of birds seen mammal list plus full systematic bird list. Maps 82pp. 1989

    Paperback £9.50 Buy Now
  • Rhagor O Enwau Adar
    Rhagor O Enwau Adar by Lewis, Dewi E

    The Welsh names of birds. 79pp. 2006 edition

    Paperback £4.95 Buy Now
  • Birding in the San Juan Islands
    Birding in the San Juan Islands by Lewis, Sharpe

    The San Juan Islands lie between Vancouver Island & Washington state & are a fascinating & rewarding birding destination. They house the largest population of breeding & wintering Bald Eagles in the world & are also the home to vast numbers of loons, auklets, cormorants & murrelets. Species accounts abundance charts habitat details & site guide.

    Paperback £12.00 Buy Now
  • An Illustrated Country Year
    An Illustrated Country Year by Celia Lewis

    Informative and entertaining sections will enlighten you on the nature to be found every month. Discover what's flowering and what else you might come across on a country walk each month, learn how to tell the differences between similar species, like frogs and toads, and transform the foraged finds from your walks into jewellery or decorations for your home, or even something tasty to eat.

    Hardback £20.00 Buy Now
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