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  • A History of Birdwatching in 100 Objects42% OFF
    A History of Birdwatching in 100 Objects by David Callahan

    Looks at 100 items that have profoundly shaped how people watched, studied and engaged with the avian world. Each item contains around 500 words on a double-page spread and includes an illustration of the object in question. The range of items is international and cross-cultural.

    Hardback £11.50 RRP: £20.00Buy Now
  • A Penguin's World14% OFF
    A Penguin's World by Ian Strange, Georgina Strange

    Portrays the six species of penguin found in the Falklands. The collection of photographs and informative text endeavour to show not only the fascinating aspects of these birds but their amazing resilience and the life they lead when they come ashore to breed.

    Hardback £8.50 RRP: £9.99Buy Now
  • The Common Eider (Poyser Monograph)60% OFF
    The Common Eider (Poyser Monograph) by Chris Waltho, John Coulson

    This, the first English monograph of this Arctic adapted sea duck, delves deep into the biology of the Common Eider to provide a global perspective of the species. Critically examines and comments on many aspects of eider biology, especially relating to their breeding cycle. There is a focus on the authors' work in western Scotland and northeast England, close to the southern edge of the duck's breeding range.

    Hardback £19.99 RRP: £50.00Buy Now
  • Finding Birds in South-West Turkey26% OFF
    Finding Birds in South-West Turkey by Dave Gosney

    This is the first of two books to update Finding Birds in Western Turkey. 2014

    Paperback £5.50 RRP: £7.50Buy Now
  • Britain's Plant Galls; A Photographic Guide54% OFF
    Britain's Plant Galls; A Photographic… by Michael Chinery

    This title provides an introduction to the nature of plant galls and their formation. Brief descriptions of some of the organisms that cause or induce galls. Descriptions and life histories of the organisms of just over 200 of the commonest and most conspicuous of Britain's 1,000 or so plant galls. Colour photographs, 96pp. 2011

    Paperback £7.75 RRP: £16.95Buy Now
  • Handbook for Phase 1 Habitat Survey; A Technique for Environmental Audit25% OFF
    Handbook for Phase 1 Habitat Survey; A… by JNCC

    Contains operational guidelines in Part 1 and field manual in Part 2. Maps, tables, 80pp. Revised edition 2010

    Paperback £14.99 RRP: £19.99Buy Now
  • The Birds of the Iberian Peninsula25% OFF
    The Birds of the Iberian Peninsula by Eduardo de Juana, Ernest Garcia

    Begins with authoritative introductory chapters covering geography, climate, habitats, history of ornithology and conservation. The species accounts cover every species recorded in Portugal, mainland Spain and Gibraltar.

     

    Hardback £44.99 RRP: £60.00Buy Now
  • Ten Thousand Birds54% OFF
    Ten Thousand Birds by Tim Birkhead et al.

    This book provides a thoroughly engaging and authoritative history of modern ornithology, tracing how the study of birds has been shaped by a succession of visionary and often controversial personalities and by the unique social and scientific contexts in which these extraordinary individuals worked. Begins in the middle of the nineteenth century when ornithology was a museum-based discipline focused almost exclusively on the anatomy, taxonomy, and classification of dead birds.

    Hardback £13.75 RRP: £29.99Buy Now
  • As Aves de Timor-Leste; Burung-Burung di Timor-Leste; The Birds of Timor-Leste64% OFF
    As Aves de Timor-Leste; Burung-Burung… by Colin R Trainor et al.

    This field guide covers identification of 261 species recorded in Timor-Leste. Also includes relative abundance, conservation status, habitat use and some key sites for birdwatching.

    Paperback £6.99 RRP: £19.95Buy Now
  • British and Irish Butterflies25% OFF
    British and Irish Butterflies by Adrian M Riley

    The clear directions and field tips, with added OS grid references, will assist you in finding the butterflies and also in identifying them in their habitats, guided by details of behaviour and morphology. The text is complemented with over 270 photographs of living specimens of all the taxa in full colour.

    Paperback £18.75 RRP: £25.00Buy Now
  • Bloomsbury Pocket Guide to Garden Birds42% OFF
    Bloomsbury Pocket Guide to Garden Birds by Nigel Blake

    Provides comprehensive details on 87 of the most common British species of garden birds. Each species account includes diet, nesting habits, its size, and habitat and distribution. The introduction to this book includes tips on providing food, water and nest boxes for birds in your own garden.

    Paperback £5.75 RRP: £10.00Buy Now
  • Mapa ecoturistico de/Wildlife Travel Maps of Spain: Extremadura32% OFF
    Mapa ecoturistico de/Wildlife Travel… -

    Detailed maps of 15 main natural areas, illustrating relief, typical habitats, public facilities and points of special interest. Descriptive notes detailing the flora and fauna for each area. Tips and useful addresses. Scale 1:300,000.

    - £6.75 RRP: £9.95Buy Now
  • Discovering Nature in Cities72% OFF
    Discovering Nature in Cities by David Geary

    by David Geary


    The aim of this book is to encourage people to develop an interest in the natural world. There are suggestions for a number of natural history events, seven of which are described in detail. The events include guided walks, treasure hunts, indoor talks and various wildlife observation techniques. Although written with large events in mind, many of the activities are suitable for people who want to observe wildlife themselves, or arrange small events for family and friends.

     

    Paperback £2.50 RRP: £9.00Buy Now
  • Birding Australia Site Guide; The South-East, NSW, ACT, VIC, SA, TAS36% OFF
    Birding Australia Site Guide; The… by Lloyd Nielsen

    Describes 220 of the top birding sites in New South Wales, Victoria, Australian Capital Territory, Tasmania and South Australia. Spiral bound.

    Paperback £15.99 RRP: £24.99Buy Now
  • The Cloud Name Trail; A Key to Clouds25% OFF
    The Cloud Name Trail; A Key to Clouds by Lee Swain, Malcolm Walker

    Designed as a practical outdoor tool for the identification of common cloud types. 2000

    - £2.25 RRP: £3.00Buy Now
  • The Naming of the Shrew; A Curious History of Latin Names43% OFF
    The Naming of the Shrew; A Curious… by John Wright

    Why on earth has the entirely land-loving Eastern Mole been named Scalopus aquaticus, or the Oxford Ragwort been called Senecio squalidus - 'dirty old man'? What were naturalists thinking when they called a beetle Agra katewinsletae, a genus of fish Batman, and a Trilobite Han solo? Why is zoology replete with names such as Chloris chloris chloris (the greenfinch), and Gorilla gorilla gorilla (a species of, well gorilla)? The Naming of the Shrew will unveil these mysteries, exploring the history of scientific names, celebrating their poetic nature and revealing how naturalists sometimes get things so terribly wrong. With wonderfully witty style and captivating narrative, this book will make you see Latin names in a whole new light.

    Hardback £8.50 RRP: £14.99Buy Now
  • A-Z of Birds: A birder's tales from around the world24% OFF
    A-Z of Birds: A birder's tales from… by Bo Beolens

    In these entertaining birding anecdotes from around the world, Bo Beolens, alias the Fat Birder, traverses many of the planet's wild places, along with his wife Maggie, looking at birds - some familiar, others exotic, a few beyond a person's most extravagant expectations.

    Paperback £6.75 RRP: £8.99Buy Now
  • A New Key to Wild Flowers23% OFF
    A New Key to Wild Flowers by John Hayward

    This user friendly, original key provides an easy route to the accurate naming of flowers, trees, grasses, sedges, rushes and ferns in the British Isles. No expert botanical knowledge is expected and with a little practice the key can be quickly mastered. 278pp. 2004 reprint

    Paperback £12.99 RRP: £16.95Buy Now
  • The Royal Entomological Society Book of British Insects22% OFF
    The Royal Entomological Society Book of… -

    The only modern systematic account of all 558 families of British insects, covering not just the large and familiar groups that are included in popular books, but also the smallest and least known. All of the 6,000 genera of British insects are listed and indexed, along with all the family names and higher groups.

    Hardback £36.99 RRP: £47.50Buy Now
  • The Birds of London25% OFF
    The Birds of London by Andrew Self

    The parks, reservoirs, rooftops and gardens of London, here defined as the area within 20 miles of St Paul's Cathedral, have a surprisingly rich avifauna, including a healthy population of one of Britain's rarest breeders, the Black Redstart. The region also has a remarkable list of rarities. In recent years Canary Wharf has proven to be a magnet for vagrants, while one of the very few British records of Tengmalm's Owl hails from Plaistow, an unfortunate bird stoned to death by local urchins in 1877.

    Hardback £37.50 RRP: £50.00Buy Now
  • A Birder's Guide to Virginia37% OFF
    A Birder's Guide to Virginia by Johnston, David W.

    The state offers a wide range of habitats with 390 regularly occurring bird species. Split into six major regions this ABA guide describes over 70 major sites each description including access habitat details and seasonal bird distribution. Together with a full annotated bird checklist also included are lists of butterflies, reptiles and amphibians and mammals.

    Paperback £9.99 RRP: £15.95Buy Now
  • New York (Wildlife Viewing Guide)58% OFF
    New York (Wildlife Viewing Guide) by Frank Knight

    Colour photographs & illustrations maps 96pp 1998

    Paperback £3.75 RRP: £9.00Buy Now
  • Pocket Photo Guide Birds of Ecuador and Galapagos47% OFF
    Pocket Photo Guide Birds of Ecuador and… by Clive Byers

    Illustrated with clear colour photography and brief but authoritative descriptions the Pocket Photo Guides highlight the species of birds and animals from each region that the traveller is most likely to see, as well as those that are genuinely endemic (only to be seen in that country or region) or special rarities. The genuine pocket size allow the books to be carried around on trips and excursions and will take up minimal rucksack and suitcase space.

    Paperback £5.25 RRP: £9.99Buy Now
  • Birds of Iberia25% OFF
    Birds of Iberia by Clive Finlayson, David Tomlinson

    Includes a review of the various regions of Spain and their typical birds and wildlife, a discussion on migration through the Iberian Peninsula and then the birds are grouped by type, e.g. birds of prey, songbirds and so on. Each section contains excellent photographs and there is an annotated list of other species not in the main text.

    Paperback £22.25 RRP: £29.99Buy Now
  • A Key to the Major Groups of British Freshwater Invertebrates25% OFF
    A Key to the Major Groups of British… by Paul Croft

    Enables beginners to identify living animals encountered during the course of field studies. The key covers the invertebrates found in all types of freshwater - pools, lakes, streams and rivers. B/w illustrations, 60pp. 2012 reprint

    Paperback £5.99 RRP: £8.00Buy Now
  • An Illustrated Flora of North Cyprus: An Essential Guide to the Wild Flowers of the Eastern Mediterranean36% OFF
    An Illustrated Flora of North Cyprus:… by Deryck E Viney

    Comprehensive account of the native or established plants found in North Cyprus. However it should also prove useful in the South, as the checklist for the North (grasses aside) runs to 1041 species and amounts to about 77% of the islands total. For this reason this title will also be useful in neighbouring areas such as Turkey and the Greek islands. Line illustrations, 697pp. Corrected edition 2011

    Paperback £33.75 RRP: £52.99Buy Now
  • Rambunctious Garden; Saving Nature in a Post-Wild World42% OFF
    Rambunctious Garden; Saving Nature in a… by Emma Marris

    A paradigm shift is roiling the environmental world. The author argues convincingly that it is time to look forward and create the "rambunctious garden," a hybrid of wild nature and human management. In this optimistic book readers meet leading scientists and environmentalists and visit imaginary Edens, designer ecosystems, and Pleistocene parks. Marris describes innovative conservation approaches, including rewilding, assisted migration, and the embrace of so-called novel ecosystems. 224pp. 2014

    Paperback £7.50 RRP: £12.99Buy Now
  • Polar Mariner: Beyond the Limits in Antarctica26% OFF
    Polar Mariner: Beyond the Limits in… by Tom Woodfield

    The pioneers of Antarctic exploration, the area's history, the hardships and incredible achievements of those original seafarers are described. Yet polar navigation during the author's years was not without peril and the near loss in ice of his first ship, the RRS Shackleton, the demise of her Master, and his ill-judged replacement and consequent dramas are fully told.

    Paperback £13.99 RRP: £18.99Buy Now
  • Avian Survivors: The History and Biogeography of Palearctic Birds42% OFF
    Avian Survivors: The History and… by Clive Finlayson

    The impacts of global warming are of concern to all of us. The potential responses of birds to climate change have come increasingly to the fore, and are of particular interest to the ornithological community. Are birds sensitive to climate change and how will they react to a world of global warming?

    These are the key issues to be explored in this book, with particular reference to Western Palearctic birds. Climate changes that have affected the region in the last twenty million years will be explored, drawing on published data on fossil birds. A major part of the book will be devoted to the distribution of Western Palearctic birds in relation to bio-climate. The final section of the book looks at migration and the relationship of the Western Palearctic to Africa.

    Hardback £34.50 RRP: £60.00Buy Now
  • Slugs and Snails (Collins New Naturalist)42% OFF
    Slugs and Snails (Collins New Naturalist) by Robert Cameron

    In this long-anticipated New Naturalist volume, Robert Cameron introduces us to this remarkable group of gastropods, telling us the stories of the snail familiar to all British and many other readers, the garden snail, and of the giant African snail, introduced into many tropical countries, as well as providing a comprehensive natural history of slugs and snails.

    Paperback £19.99 RRP: £35.00Buy Now
  • Slugs and Snails (Collins New Naturalist)42% OFF
    Slugs and Snails (Collins New Naturalist) by Robert Cameron

    In this long-anticipated New Naturalist volume, Robert Cameron introduces us to this remarkable group of gastropods, telling us the stories of the snail familiar to all British and many other readers, the garden snail, and of the giant African snail, introduced into many tropical countries, as well as providing a comprehensive natural history of slugs and snails.

    Hardback £37.25 RRP: £65.00Buy Now
  • Collins Fungi Guide; The Most Complete Field Guide to the Mushrooms and Toadstools of Britain and Ireland42% OFF
    Collins Fungi Guide; The Most Complete… by Stefan Buczacki

    Covers every macro species of mushroom and toadstool found in Europe, from the North Cape to the heel of Italy. Detailed notes on how to correctly identify them, with details of similar, confusing species also given to further ensure correct identification. Illustrations include young and mature fruiting bodies where necessary. Colour illustrations, 640pp. 2012

    Hardback £19.99 RRP: £35.00Buy Now
  • Antarctica; An Intimate Portrait of the World's Most Mysterious Continent30% OFF
    Antarctica; An Intimate Portrait of the… by Gabrielle Walker

    Weaves all the significant threads into an intricate tapestry, made up of science, natural history, poetry, epic history, what it feels like to be there and why it draws so many different kinds of people back there again and again. It is only when all the parts come together that the underlying truths to the continent emerge, 416pp. 2013

    Paperback £6.25 RRP: £8.99Buy Now
  • A Key to the Major Groups of British Marine Invertebrates21% OFF
    A Key to the Major Groups of British… by John Crothers

    A recent addition to the Aidgap Project Series 1997

    Paperback £8.99 RRP: £11.50Buy Now
  • The Wildlife Trusts Guide to Butterflies and Moths40% OFF
    The Wildlife Trusts Guide to… -

    Offers a wealth of information for expert or amateur, young or old, on identifying nearly 135 of the most commonly encountered species in Britain and Northern Europe. Its compact size makes it ideal as a pocket companion in the field as well as a useful home reference.

    Paperback £2.99 RRP: £4.99Buy Now
  • Adar Meirionnydd; Birds of Meirionnydd39% OFF
    Adar Meirionnydd; Birds of Meirionnydd by Rhion Pritchard

    The records included in the systematic list are those recorded in the vice-county of Meirionnydd up to 31st December 2011.

    Paperback £5.75 RRP: £9.50Buy Now
  • The Birds of Turkey25% OFF
    The Birds of Turkey by Guy M Kirwan et al.

    Covers the status and distribution of every species recorded in Turkey, including all vagrants. The photographic section covers both the country's major habitats and key Turkish species. Introductory chapters cover the history of ornithology, conservation and ecology in Turkey.

    Hardback £40.99 RRP: £55.00Buy Now
  • Fighting for Birds: 25 years in nature conservation24% OFF
    Fighting for Birds: 25 years in nature… by Mark Avery

    In this book, the author mixes a great many stories from his professional life at the RSPB with personal anecdotes and passionate arguments on past and present issues in bird and nature conservation. He shows us something of the many scientists whose work paves the way for conservation action, places domestic conservation into an international context, takes us behind the scenes to glimpse at the politicians who have worked with him, or against him along the way.

    Paperback £9.75 RRP: £12.99Buy Now
  • Birding Hotspots in Sarasota and Manatee Counties37% OFF
    Birding Hotspots in Sarasota and… by SMVAS

    Useful little guide to 22 sites in an area of the Gulf of Mexico coast from the Manatee River in the north to Lemon Bay in the south. Sarasota checklist & abundance chart.

    Paperback £3.75 RRP: £6.00Buy Now
  • Hedge Britannia30% OFF
    Hedge Britannia by Hugh Barker

    This is the story of how British hedgerows contribute to our national identity and our wildlife. Over the centuries we have proved ourselves to be a nation of hedge-growers, marking our boundaries with hedges or trimming our topiaries into fantastical shapes. From formal garden features to emphatically rustic barriers, the author explores our hedges in all their diversity. 336pp. 2013

    Paperback £6.25 RRP: £8.99Buy Now
  • Parrots of the World (Helm Field Guide)41% OFF
    Parrots of the World (Helm Field Guide) by Joseph M Forshaw

    Covers all the world's 356 species of parrots, Detailed species accounts describe key identification features, subspeciation, habitat, distribution and status. Colour plates organised geographically for ease of use.

    Hardback £14.50 RRP: £24.99Buy Now
  • Shropshire Craneflies13% OFF
    Shropshire Craneflies by Pete Boardman

    Shropshire Craneflies is both an up-to-date distribution atlas for Shropshire and a set of identification keys to the 245 taxa recorded in the county. Based on over 10,000 records of craneflies and their allies, Shropshire Craneflies is a comprehensive update to the first Shropshire atlas produced in 2007.

    Paperback £18.99 RRP: £22.00Buy Now
  • Black's Nature Guides; Medicinal Plants of Britain and Europe34% OFF
    Black's Nature Guides; Medicinal Plants… by Hensel Wolfgang

    Covers almost 360 species of medicinal plants. Provides information on how to find species that have been used in traditional medicine for centuries. Highlights features such as habitat and medicinal qualities along with details on safe usage and identification tips from experts. Colour photographs and illustrations, 256pp. 2008

    Paperback £6.50 RRP: £9.99Buy Now
  • Migrating Raptors of the World: Their Ecology and Conservation19% OFF
    Migrating Raptors of the World: Their… by Keith L. Bildstein

    Details of 12 of the world's most important raptor viewing spots. Among them Cape May Point in New Jersey, Veracruz in Mexico, Kekoldi in Costa Rica, the Straight of Gibraltar in Spain and Eilat in Israel. During peak migration, when the weather is right, the skies at these sites can fill with thousands of birds. Accesssible account of the history, ecology, geography, science and conservation aspects surrounding the migration of some 200 species of raptors. Colour plates, tables, graphs, maps, 320pp. 2006

    Hardback £22.99 RRP: £28.50Buy Now
  • The Peregrine Falcon25% OFF
    The Peregrine Falcon by Derek Ratcliffe

    The first edition of The Peregrine Falcon was widely recognised as a classic of its kind, documenting not only the species' biology but also the sad tale of its decline due to the impact of pesticides. This extensively revised and enlarged second edition takes full account of important new developments in the story of this bird during the intervening 12 years.

    2nd edition.

    Hardback £44.99 RRP: £60.00Buy Now
  • The Migration of Birds; Seasons on the Wing25% OFF
    The Migration of Birds; Seasons on the… by Janice M Hughes

    A comprehensive presentation of the mysteries of bird migration that focuses in detail on 10 species that best illustrate this topic.

    Hardback £22.25 RRP: £30.00Buy Now
  • Russia and Central Asia by Road (4WD, Motorbike, Bicycle, Truck)24% OFF
    Russia and Central Asia by Road (4WD,… by Hazel Barker

    Coverage ranges from preperation, including getting to your starting point, bureaucracy and finance, to planning the trip and suggested routes.

    Paperback £9.75 RRP: £12.95Buy Now
  • Birding Washington53% OFF
    Birding Washington by Rob McNair-Huff, Natalie McNair-Huff

    Washington State's diverse habitats offer opportunities to see more than 480 bird species. Profiles 70 sites across the state.

    Paperback £5.99 RRP: £12.95Buy Now
  • Prosperity without Growth; Economics for a Finite Planet18% OFF
    Prosperity without Growth; Economics… by Tim Jackson

    In this piercing challenge to established economics, the author provides a credible vision of how human society could flourish, within the ecological limits of a finite planet. For the advanced economies of the western world, prosperity without growth is no utopian dream. It is a financial and ecological necessity. Fulfilling this vision is simply the most urgent task of our times. Diagrams, 276pp. 2011 edition

    Paperback £9.75 RRP: £11.99Buy Now
  • Woodlice and Waterlice (Isopoda: Oniscidea & Asellota) in Britain and Ireland22% OFF
    Woodlice and Waterlice (Isopoda:… by Steve Gregory

    This atlas is a comprehensive synthesis of the information available on Isopods. The results are presented as distribution maps with species accounts which provide details of identification and particularly key features for separating similar species. Distribution maps, colour photographs, 176pp. 2009

    Paperback £15.50 RRP: £19.95Buy Now
  • A Photographic Guide to Snakes, Other Reptiles and Amphibians of East Africa34% OFF
    A Photographic Guide to Snakes, Other… by Branch, Bill

    Covers 260 of the most common species of snakes, lizards, skinks, chamaeleons, terrapins and amphibians.

    Paperback £5.25 RRP: £7.99Buy Now
  • Flowers of Svalbard22% OFF
    Flowers of Svalbard by Olav Gjaerevoll, Olav I Ronning

    A photographic guide covering 49 species of flowering plants found on the islands of Spitsbergen (Svalbard) with polar distribution map for each. A general introduction covers topography, climate geology and vegetation, together with descriptions and habitat details for every species illustrated. Colour photographs, 121pp. 2nd edition reprint 2008

    Paperback £19.50 RRP: £25.00Buy Now
  • Photo Pocket Guide: Birds of the Himalayas47% OFF
    Photo Pocket Guide: Birds of the… by Bikram Grewal, Otto Pfister

    Please note, this is a reissue of A Photographic Guide to Birds of the Himalayas, formerly on the natural history list of New Holland publishers. The Himalayas, the world's highest mountain range, are a birdwatcher's paradise. Many of its species are high altitude specialists, including Tibetan and Himalayan Snowcocks, Snow Partridge, Ibisbill, Tibetan Sandgrouse, Hume's Groundpecker, Tibetan Snowfinch and Great Rosefinch. The area comprises a mosaic of different habitats which host a huge range of avian species, with families such as raptors, gamebirds, flycatchers and warblers particularly well represented. 252 of the Himalayas' most interesting and spectacular birds are featured in this concise and easy-to-use guide, and each species is illustrated with a colour photograph which is accompanied by text giving key information on identification, habitat and distribution.

    Paperback £5.25 RRP: £9.99Buy Now
  • Plants of the Falkland Islands25% OFF
    Plants of the Falkland Islands by Ali Liddle

    A handy photographic guide to 56 of the most common and attractive plants of the Falkland Islands. Includes an introduction to the various habitats to be found on the islands. Colour photographs, 96pp. 2008

    Paperback £7.50 RRP: £10.00Buy Now
  • British Natural History Series: Beavers24% OFF
    British Natural History Series: Beavers by Andrew Kitchener

    Hunted to extinction, the beaver has been absent in Britain for 450 years. Important creators of wetland habitat for other species, the possibility of reintoroduction to Britain is being explored. Contents include fossils, history, diet, predators, family life and reintroduction.

    Paperback £7.50 RRP: £9.99Buy Now
  • Rails: A Guide to the Rails, Crakes, Gallinules and Coots of the World43% OFF
    Rails: A Guide to the Rails, Crakes,… by Barry Taylor, Ber van Perlo

    Many species belonging to this group are solitary and somewhat secretive, consequently they tend to be greatly sought after by many birders. Moorhens and coots are of course an exception to this general rule. A number of species are flightless and are confined to small islands and some species are extinct.

    Hardback £28.50 RRP: £50.00Buy Now
  • A Fieldworker's Guide to the Golden Eagle25% OFF
    A Fieldworker's Guide to the Golden Eagle by Dave Walker

    A Fieldworker's Guide to the Golden Eagle objectively reviews all aspects of Golden Eagle ecology, taking examples from many different locations and from sitespecific studies in Scotland to compare and contrast the reliability and relevance of the evidence, highlighting the differences between casual and intensive fieldwork. It reviews all the elements of Golden Eagle ecology, from the species status, through the activities and roles of eagles of different gender, age and status, via territories, food and breeding, to habitat preferences, usage and even the influence of weather and observer activity on behaviour and observations.

    Paperback £14.99 RRP: £19.99Buy Now
  • Malaysia (Globetrotter Wildlife Guide)49% OFF
    Malaysia (Globetrotter Wildlife Guide) by Helen Oon

    Aims to inspire and help travellers to plan and enjoy tours in Malaysia's finest wildlife reserves. Advice on planning your trip, park etiquette and an overview of Malaysia's natural environment and wildlife. Park profiles include matters of special interest, scenic and wildlife photographs, detailed maps, accommodation and contact details. Colour photographs and illustrations, 160pp. 2008

    Paperback £6.50 RRP: £12.99Buy Now
  • Garden Plants Valuable to Bees23% OFF
    Garden Plants Valuable to Bees by IBRA

    The importance of garden plants yielding nectar and pollen is that together they provide a continuous food supply, from willows and crocus in early spring to ivy in late autumn. Once available from pastures that came into flower before they were cut, verges and hedgerows and abundant weeds. Today's agriculture has greatly reduced these resources but gardens designed for ease of management are now valuable in providing day to day food supplies. 2003 revised edition

    Paperback £5.75 RRP: £7.50Buy Now
  • John Busby Lines from Nature25% OFF
    John Busby Lines from Nature -

    John Busby's drawings and paintings live and breathe the magic of their subject. His gannets soar and hang, stall and drift again, riding the currents of air as lightly as the pencil glides. How beautifully his young foxes leap, their energy, rhythm and playfulness radiate from every graphite mark. How deftly the hand of the artist suggests the feathers and down of a barn owl. Lines from Nature was finalised before John's death. The layout, selection of paintings and text are all his own work. In this John's final book lose yourself in each page and marvel at the gift of touch in every line and mark.

    Hardback £28.50 RRP: £38.00Buy Now
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