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If mammals are your passion, our selection of titles on the world

  • Mark Carwardine's Guide to Whale Watching in North America: USA, Canada, Mexico
    Mark Carwardine's Guide to Whale… by Carwardine
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  • Animals of Kruger National Park
    Animals of Kruger National Park by Barnes

    This compact and stunningly illustrated field guide is an essential companion for any safari in South Africa's Kruger National Park – one of the largest, most iconic, and most visited conservation areas in Africa. Featuring a unique attractive layout and more than 200 colour photographs that show animals in a variety of poses, Animals of Kruger National Park covers all of the park's most frequently seen mammals, reptiles, and frogs. The authoritative and accessible text provides more information about identification, habitat, behavior, biology, and conservation than most competing guides. Written by South Africa native Keith Barnes, an experienced naturalist, wildlife guide, and author, Animals of Kruger National Park covers 57 mammals, 17 reptiles, and 8 frogs. In addition to Kruger's famous Big-5 of elephants, leopards, lions, rhinoceroses, and buffalos, Animals of Kruger National Park also includes lesser-known animals such as the charismatic Wild Dog, smaller cats like the Serval and Caracal, and odd nocturnal denizens like the Cape Porcupine and Springhare. Text and photos work seamlessly to enhance the user's understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of the animals of this incredible region, which is home to South Africa's most important populations of megafauna.

     

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  • RSPB Spotlight: Hares
    RSPB Spotlight: Hares by Nancy Vaughan Jennings

    With their wild glare, swift turn of foot and secretive nature, hares are the rabbit's mysterious and untameable cousin. Always a thrilling wildlife spot, the hare has long been a symbol of Britain's sweeping, open countryside. Hares have also been associated with human culture and folklore for many centuries – their associations with spring can be traced back to the druids. Focussing on our two British species, the Brown Hare (found throughout the UK and widely distributed in Europe and Asia) and its more northerly relative the Mountain Hare (found in Scotland, Ireland, Scandinavia and the Russian Federation), RSPB Spotlight: Hares offers exciting and up-to-date information on these incredible lagomorphs, with chapters covering their biology, evolution, natural history, behaviour, including courtship rituals, and ecology. Information on some of the more charismatic species of hare found elsewhere in the world and on hares' other relatives, the rabbits and pikas, is also provided. The author discusses in detail Hares' interactions with humans, in agriculture, habitat management, shooting and hunting, as well as in more culinary matters, and reveals why this almost mythical animal of hill and meadow is so sensitive to the changes we make to age-old farming landscapes. The presence and significance of hares in our culture is also discussed, including the Easter hare, Lewis Carroll's mad March hare, and hares as shape-changers. Nancy Jennings also offers useful tips on where and how to see hares for yourself in the wild.

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  • Voices in the Ocean: A Journey into the Wild and Haunting World of Dolphins
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    Since the dawn of recorded history, humans have felt a kinship with the sleek and beautiful dolphin, an animal whose playfulness, sociability, and intelligence seem like an aquatic mirror of mankind. In recent decades, we have learned that dolphins recognize themselves in reflections, count, grieve, adorn themselves, feel despondent, rescue one another (and humans), deduce, infer, seduce, form cliques, throw tantrums, and call themselves by name. Scientists still don't completely understand their incredibly sophisticated navigation and communication abilities, or their immensely complicated brains.

    While swimming off the coast of Maui, Susan Casey was surrounded by a pod of spinner dolphins. It was a profoundly transporting experience, and it inspired her to embark on a two-year global adventure to explore the nature of these remarkable beings and their complex relationship to humanity. Casey examines the career of the controversial John Lilly, the pioneer of modern dolphin studies whose work eventually led him down some very strange paths. She visits a community in Hawaii whose adherents believe dolphins are the key to spiritual enlightenment, travels to Ireland, where a dolphin named as "the world's most loyal animal" has delighted tourists and locals for decades with his friendly antics, and consults with the world's leading marine researchers, whose sense of wonder inspired by the dolphins they study increases the more they discover.

    Yet there is a dark side to our relationship with dolphins. They are the stars of a global multibillion-dollar captivity industry, whose money has fueled a sinister and lucrative trade in which dolphins are captured violently, then shipped and kept in brutal conditions. Casey's investigation into this cruel underground takes her to the harrowing epicenter of the trade in the Solomon Islands, and to the Japanese town of Taiji, made famous by the Oscar-winning documentary The Cove, where she chronicles the annual slaughter and sale of dolphins in its narrow bay.

    Casey ends her narrative on the island of Crete, where millennia-old frescoes and artwork document the great Minoan civilization, a culture which lived in harmony with dolphins, and whose example shows the way to a more enlightened coexistence with the natural world.

    No writer is better positioned to portray these magical creatures than Susan Casey, whose combination of personal reporting, intense scientific research, and evocative prose made The Wave and The Devil's Teeth contemporary classics of writing about the sea. In Voices in the Ocean, she has written a thrilling book about the other intelligent life on the planet.

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  • The Water Vole: The Story of One of Britain's Most Endangered Mammals
    The Water Vole: The Story of One of… by Christine Gregory

    The water vole is one of Britain's most endangered mammals. A native of the British Isles, and popularised in modern culture as 'Ratty' in Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows, the water vole is a cherished resident of our rivers, canals, streams and ponds. But this once ever-present mammal, like so many others, is now in danger – during the 1990s Britain's water vole population declined by over 80 per cent, and it is now fully protected by law in England and Wales. In The Water Vole, Christine Gregory tells the story of the water vole, past, present and future, principally through its history in the waterways of Derbyshire. Having spent several years studying Derbyshire's water vole population and habitats, and capturing their behaviour intimately through her photography, Christine has developed a relationship with many of the custodians of the county's waterways, who are vital to the survival of the water vole. Decades of painstaking research into the decline of the water vole and the visionary work of conservationists give much cause for hope. Respecting our countryside and wild places and rebuilding the health of our rivers is key: we all have a role to play in the water vole's future.

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  • Pocket Photo Guide Mammals of Sri Lanka
    Pocket Photo Guide Mammals of Sri Lanka by Gehan de Silva Wijeyeratne

    Please note, this is a reissue of A Photographic Guide to the Mammals of Sri Lanka, formerly on the natural history list of New Holland publishers. A compact, easy-to-use mammal identification guide for any nature watcher on a visit to Sri Lanka. More than 40 species are described here in detail, from the Grey Slender Loris to the Giant Squirrel and the Fishing Cat.

    All of these animals are clearly illustrated in a collection of specially commissioned colour photographs. With more than 130 full-colour photographs, a regional distribution map and handy tips on the best localities for spotting animals. Illustrated with clear colour photography and brief but authoritative descriptions the Pocket Photo Guides highlight the species of animals from each region that the traveller is most likely to see, as well as those that are truly endemic (only to be seen in that country or region) or special rarities. The genuine pocket size allow Pocket Photo Guide to the Mammals of Sri Lanka to be carried around on trips and excursions and will take up minimal rucksack and suitcase space.

     

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  • A Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Thailand65% OFF
    A Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of… by John W K Parr

    Covers 138 larger mammals species, including whales, of Thailand. Includes information on behaviour and habit along with a distribution map for each species.

    Paperback £6.99 RRP: £19.99Buy Now
  • The Atlas of Endangered Species60% OFF
    The Atlas of Endangered Species by Gerard Bertrand, John A. Burton

    The natural disappearance of plants and animals has occurred for millions of years but today the risk of extinction hangs over thousands of species. Due to human population increases and our need for food, fuel, shelter and the earths precious natural resources, the erosion of habitats threatens the survival of creatures as diverse as the Black rhino and Horseshoe bat. Written by a team of expert contributors this authoritative guide provides insight into the range and reason of the world's theatened plant and animal species. Colour photographs maps 272pp 2000
     

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  • Last of the Scottish Wildcats46% OFF
    Last of the Scottish Wildcats by Beckmann Visual Publishing

    Set in the breathtaking landscapes of the Cairngorms and the west coast of Scotland, this DVD video contains unique footage of Scottish wildcat, covering hunting, courtship and mating behaviour. Detailed interviews with leading authorities on the wildcat covering evolution and theats to the wildcats including habitat loss, human persecution, hybridising with domestic cats and conclusions for the future of the wildcat. Includes a four page colour booklet. Duration: 61 mins

    DVD £7.99 RRP: £15.00Buy Now
  • Red Squirrels
    Red Squirrels by Joseph Richardson

    Set in the Cumbrian countryside this DVD follows the adventures of two wild squirrels known as Nutmeg and Chestnut.

    DVD £16.99 Buy Now
  • Bats: A Guide for Gardeners79% OFF
    Bats: A Guide for Gardeners by Fiona Mathews

    This book describes the fascinating natural history of bats and explores some of the legends associated with them. It also suggests ways in which the gardener can help these marvellous animals.

    Paperback £1.00 RRP: £4.99Buy Now
  • Face to face with Nature60% OFF
    Face to face with Nature by David Chaffe

    The author narrates his experiences with wild creatures which includes otters, hawks and owls, seals, deer and wildfowl. Also recalls his friendships and working relationships with other naturalists and wildlife cameramen, including Peter Scott, Gerald Durrell, Ronald Lockley, John Sparks and Nick Gordon. Most stories are happy tales, a few are sad but all are true.

    Paperback £5.99 RRP: £14.99Buy Now
  • Blue Whales83% OFF
    Blue Whales by Patricia Miller-Schroeder

    The Wildworld series covers folklore and classic stories as well as scientific topics such as classification and distribution.

    Paperback £0.99 RRP: £5.99Buy Now
  • Grizzly Bears83% OFF
    Grizzly Bears by Janice Parker

    The Wildworld series covers folklore and classic stories as well as scientific topics such as classification and distribution.

    Paperback £0.99 RRP: £5.99Buy Now
  • Wolves83% OFF
    Wolves by Karen Dudley

    The Wildworld series covers folklore and classic stories as well as scientific topics such as classification and distribution.

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  • Gorillas83% OFF
    Gorillas by Patricia Miller-Schroeder

    The Wildworld series covers folklore and classic stories as well as scientific topics such as classification and distribution.

    Paperback £0.99 RRP: £5.99Buy Now
  • Giant Pandas83% OFF
    Giant Pandas by Karen Dudley

    The Wildworld series covers folklore and classic stories as well as scientific topics such as classification and distribution.

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  • Whales & Dolphins of the North American Pacific44% OFF
    Whales & Dolphins of the North American… by Dylan Walker et al.

    Provides detailed information on all 39 species of whales, dolphins and porpoises, 6 species of seals and sealions and the Sea Otter found in the waters between Baja California in Mexico and South East Alaska. Sections on behaviour and where, when and how to go whale watching.
     

    Paperback £9.95 RRP: £17.95Buy Now
  • Whales and Dolphins of the European Atlantic: The Bay of Biscay, English Channel, Celtic Sea, and Coastal Southwest Ireland25% OFF
    Whales and Dolphins of the European… by Dylan Walker, Graeme Cresswell

    This is the first comprehensive guide to describe all of the 27 species of whale, dolphin and porpoise that have occurred in the European Atlantic. For every species there is a description of the key identification features, notes on how to separate it from similar species, a brief natural history and a map showing its known distribution and likelihood of occurrence. Colour plates, 88pp. 2008 2nd edition

    Paperback £8.95 RRP: £11.95Buy Now
  • Riding with the Dolphins: The Equinox Guide to Dolphins and Porpoises89% OFF
    Riding with the Dolphins: The Equinox… by Erich Hoyt

    Erich Hoyt brings us up to date on the lastest dolphin research answering and asking questions about the future of their threatened habitat social lives innovative feeding behaviours and their ability to learn from and communicate with humans. Colour photographs 64pp 1992

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  • Primates of Africa74% OFF
    Primates of Africa by N Korck

    Full colour laminated chart. 900mm x 594mm
     

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  • The Eurasian Red Squirrel40% OFF
    The Eurasian Red Squirrel by Stefan Bosch, Peter W W Lurz

    This book provides interesting insights into the largely hidden life of Sciurus vulgaris as well as into the complex ecological relationships that determine its existence and on which man has massive influence by landscaping, forestry, or the introduction of non-resident squirrel species.

    Paperback £11.99 RRP: £20.00Buy Now
  • Animals of the Masai Mara16% OFF
    Animals of the Masai Mara by Adam Scott Kennedy, Vicki Kennedy

    Covers 65 mammals and 17 reptile species, including 6 snakes. Designed to be informative and locally accurate rather than purely identification based. Pays particular attention to wildlife behaviour. The tips throughout show readers how and where to locate specific species.

    Paperback £14.95 RRP: £17.95Buy Now
  • Seal Secrets: Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
    Seal Secrets: Cornwall and the Isles of… by Sue Sayer

    Cornwall's most iconic marine mammal, the grey seal is also its most reliable and frequently spotted, despite being one of the rarest seal species in the world. Cornish grey seals are part of a genetically distinct sub-population that is globally significant.

    It is our international, moral and legal obligation to protect grey seals, yet there is much still to be discovered about this charismatic species. This title provides a glimpse of the hidden and secret world of grey seals around the coasts of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, from 'cradle to grave', including real stories about individual wild seals.

     

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  • Shetland Sea Mammal Report 200380% OFF
    Shetland Sea Mammal Report 2003 by Hugh Harrap et al
    Contains systematic list for 2003, chapters on Whale driving in Shetland and the Faroes, ferry surveys for Cetaceans in Shetland waters and beyond, distribution and movements of Harbour Seals off Shetland, distribution of cetaceans in the Faroe Shetland Channel and Rockall Trough using passive acoustics and using jizz as a technique for identifying Europe's rorqual whales. Illustration type: Colour Photographs, 40pp. 2004
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  • The Bay of Biscay Cetacean Report 199883% OFF
    The Bay of Biscay Cetacean Report 1998 by Dylan Walker, Graeme Cresswell
    This booklet details the results of 12 surveys carried out from ferry crossings between the UK and northern Spain during the summer of 1998. Information on weather and topography of the Bay is followed by the systematic list covering 17 species of whales and dolphins. Includes abundance graphs and map. Illustration type: Colour Photographs, Black and White Drawings, 15pp. 1999
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  • A Guide to the Mammals of China41% OFF
    A Guide to the Mammals of China -

    Comprehensive guide to all 558 species of mammals found in China.

    Paperback £9.95 RRP: £16.95Buy Now
  • Tiger Haven54% OFF
    Tiger Haven by Billy Arjan Singh

    The story of the author's attempts to protect Indian wildlife in one small area of Uttar Pradesh. He includes accounts of his observations and describes how his attitude has changed over the years from that of a farmer and sportsman to photographer and conservationist. Illustration type: Halftones, 242pp. 1999

    Paperback £4.99 RRP: £10.99Buy Now
  • Jonathan Kingdon's Carnivores of Africa54% OFF
    Jonathan Kingdon's Carnivores of Africa by Jonathan Kingdon

    Fold out laminated colour identification field reference guide to all the carnivores of the African continent

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  • Mammals of Khao Yai National Park33% OFF
    Mammals of Khao Yai National Park by Sompoad Srikosamatara, Troy Hansel

    Contains information about the Park in general followed by details of climate & topography, vegetation & wildlife. There are hints on finding mammals with brief trail descriptions followed by species accounts and a checklist.

    Paperback £5.00 RRP: £7.50Buy Now
  • Conservation and Management of Marine Mammals49% OFF
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    During the 1960's through to the 80's, the public awareness and interest in marine mammals and their conservation had a marked beneficial effect on the numbers of whales, seals, dolphins and manatees killed for commercial purposes. Other serious threats to their existence are now widely recognised however - incidental kills during fishing, degradation of habitat, pollution and collision with vessels to name a few. The various contributors to this book review the history, current status and implications of marine mammal legislation, the interactions of marine mammals with fisheries and the current whaling debate. They evaluate recent efforts directed at the Florida manatee, the Hawaiian monk seal the North Atlantic right whale and other endangered species. Black and white photographs and illustrations, 576pp. 1999

    Hardback £18.00 RRP: £35.95Buy Now
  • Marine Mammals of Patagonia and Antarctica34% OFF
    Marine Mammals of Patagonia and… by Ricardo Bastida, Diego Rodriguez

    This area of Argentine coast south of the Rio Negro is famous for the spring residency of the Southern Right Whale and the occurrence of Orca. Washed by the north cold currents which emanate from Antarctic waters, the coast is host to a variety of large whales which pass through en route from the deep south to spend the winter in the tropics. Identifies 47 species of whales, dolphins and seals. Colour photographs and illustrations, maps. 206pp. 2005 edition
     

    Paperback £14.99 RRP: £22.95Buy Now
  • The World of the Polar Bear31% OFF
    The World of the Polar Bear by Norbert Rosing

    A photographic account of the life of the king of bears as witnessed by the author during his numerous trips to Churchill in northern Canada. Colour photos 176pp 1996
     

    Hardback £19.99 RRP: £29.00Buy Now
  • Handbook of the Mammals of the World; Volume 4; Sea Mammals
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    This is the fourth volume in the Handbook of the Mammals of the World series. The contents of this volume include: Manatees; Dugong; Earless Seals; Eared Seals; Walrus; South Asian Rover Dolphins; Baiji; Beaked Whales; Amazon River Dolphins; Franciscana; Ocean Dolphins; Beluga and Narwhal; Porpoises; Sperm Whale; Pygmy and Dwarf Sperm Whales; Right Whales; Pygmy Right Whales; Gray Whale and Rorquals.

    Hardback £134.99 Buy Now
  • Eyewitness Guides: Whale
    Eyewitness Guides: Whale by Papastavrou

    Aimed mainly at children this book is nevertheless a useful introduction for adults who wish to learn basic facts about the natural history of whales dolphins seals & dugongs or manatees.

    Hardback £8.99 Buy Now
  • A Guide to the Mammals of China28% OFF
    A Guide to the Mammals of China -

    Comprehensive guide to all 556 species of mammals found in China.

    Hardback £30.00 RRP: £41.95Buy Now
  • ID Chart - British Land Mammals
    ID Chart - British Land Mammals by Simone Bullion

    This 8 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of British Land Mammals covers the main identification features of British land mammals and has both text and colour illustrations.

    Laminated chart £3.00 Buy Now
  • Tigers
    Tigers by Michael W Richards, Hashim Tyabji

    The Tiger, one of the worlds most iconic animals, standing on the brink of tragedy with extinction in the wild now a real possiblity. Only in a few protected areas are they secure, one such place is Pench National Park in central India, where for the past three years a TV film crew have been following the lives of a remarkable tigress and her cubs. This title provides a unique insight into their lives through diary extracts by cameraman Mike Richards, and a series of twelve feature spreads by tiger expert Hashim Tyabji who looks at the broader picture such as tiger ecology, conservation, the impact of poaching and what the future may hold for the world's increasingly beleaguered wild tigers. Colour photographs, maps, 160pp. 2008

    Hardback £24.99 Buy Now
  • Whales & Dolphins of Great Britain: Where to Go and What to See
    Whales & Dolphins of Great Britain:… by Dylan Walker, Alex Wilson

    A comprehensive and easy to use field guide to all of the regularly seen species. Shows you how, where and when to go and see these spectacular marine mammals. Lists 38 boat operators and 16 land based viewpoints. Packed with information on how to book a trip, what species are likely to be seen, how to get there and what photographic opportunities are available. Colour photographs, 98pp. 2007

    Paperback £11.95 Buy Now
  • My Year with Hares24% OFF
    My Year with Hares by Martin Hayward Smith

    A personal account of the year the author spent with a group of hares in North Norfolk. This book takes the form of diary entries which are split into seasonal chapters.

    Hardback £20.99 RRP: £27.95Buy 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
  • Habitat Management for Bats: A guide for Land Managers, Land Owners and Their Advisors
    Habitat Management for Bats: A guide… by Abigail C Entwhistle et al

    In the UK, bat numbers have declined rapidly in recent years. This publication provides clear advise on how to manage areas to benefit foraging bats and help stem the decline of these intriguing animals.

    Paperback £15.00 Buy Now
  • Bats: A World of Science and Mystery
    Bats: A World of Science and Mystery by M. Brock Fenton, Nancy B. Simmons

    Presents these fascinating nocturnal creatures in a new light. Portrays bats in flight, feeding, and mating in views that show them in exceptional detail. Also take the reader into the roosts of bats, from caves and mines to the tents some bats build out of leaves. A comprehensive guide to what scientists know about the world of bats, the book begins with a look at bats' origins and evolution. Then goes on to address a host of questions related to flight, diet, habitat, reproduction, and social structure: Why do some bats live alone and others in large colonies? When do bats reproduce and care for their young? How has the ability to fly-unique among mammals-influenced bats' mating behaviour? A chapter on biosonar, or echolocation, takes readers through the system of high-pitched calls bats emit to navigate and catch prey. More than half of the world's bat species are either in decline or already considered endangered, and the book concludes with suggestions for what we can do to protect these species for future generations to benefit from and enjoy. Illustration type: Colour photographs, Halftones, Line drawings, 240pp. 2014

     

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  • A Primate's Memoir: Love, Death and Baboons in East Africa
    A Primate's Memoir: Love, Death and… -

    Upon graduating from college, Saloldky leaves the comfort of the Northeastern Untited State for the first time, to join a babboon troop in Kenya as a young transfer male. In this volume Sapolsky sets out to study the relationship between stress and disease. He reinvents the traditional field research study with this daring memoir of more than 20 years studying a troop of baboons in Kenya.

    Hardback £17.99 Buy Now
  • Field Guide to the Wildlife of New Zealand
    Field Guide to the Wildlife of New… by Julian Fitter

    This comprehensive guide covers most of the birds, many of the other vertebrate species and a large number of typical invertebrates and flora to be found in New Zealand.

    Paperback £16.99 Buy Now
  • Field Guide to Australian Mammals
    Field Guide to Australian Mammals by Cath Jones, Steve Parish

    This handy, practical guide teams full-colour photographs with biological information that the average person needs to know to accurately identify mammals. Learn more about the natural history of each animal's environment, habitat and evolution. Also included are interesting snippets and fascinating facts and information on how Australian Mammals evolved so differently to those on other continents.

    Paperback £24.99 Buy Now
  • British Mammals: A Photographic Guide
    British Mammals: A Photographic Guide by Victoria Munson

    Easy-to-follow identification guides for budding nature lovers, this handy reference guide for children and adults will help everyone become a nature detective. Introduces 50 of the most common mammals found in Britain today. There are full descriptions of the scientific name, size, food and habitat of each animal.

    Hardback £8.99 Buy Now
  • Lemurs of Madagascar
    Lemurs of Madagascar by Russell A Mittermeier et al

    This fully updated and revised edition discusses the origins, discovery and conservation of Madagascar's lemur fauna, and profile the country's 101 species and subspecies.

    Paperback £34.99 Buy Now
  • A Complete Guide to Arctic Wildlife
    A Complete Guide to Arctic Wildlife by Richard Sale

    Contains in-depth sections on the geology and geography of the area, climate, ecology, species diversity and biogeography, a review of of the peoples of the Arctic and a discussion of the impact of human activity on this fragile environment.

    Hardback £40.00 Buy Now
  • Mammals of Madagascar: A Complete Guide
    Mammals of Madagascar: A Complete Guide by Nick Garbutt

    All 184 species of mammal are described and photographically illustrated in this new guide. Not only are the lemurs depicted but also the smaller species such as tenrecs and rodents.

    Paperback £24.99 Buy Now
  • Orang-utans: Behaviour, Ecology and Conservation
    Orang-utans: Behaviour, Ecology and… by Junaidi Payne, Cede Prudente

    An informative and compelling description of the lives or orang-utans, from their habitat and behaviour to the differences between wild and captive creatures. The complex intricacies of orang-utan society and culture are revealed, along with characteristics of age and sex. Features information on orang-utan conservation and rehabilitation, including threats to their welfare and strategies for safeguarding them in the future.

    Hardback £24.99 Buy Now
  • Wildcat Haven
    Wildcat Haven by Mike Tomkies

    A captivating story by one of the UK's most celebrated nature writers will not only delight Mike's legions of fans but will also bring his work to the attention of a new generation at a time when the plight of the Scottish wildcat is increasingly featured in the media. Of great appeal to all who love wildlife, the natural world and the wildcat in particular.

    Paperback £19.99 Buy Now
  • A Photographic Guide to Mammals of New Zealand
    A Photographic Guide to Mammals of New… by Carolyn M King

    In prehistory only a few bats, marine mammals and odd quadrupeds constituted the local land breeding mammals but today these have been joined by a throng of colonisers. These include several carnivores, rodents and various hoofed mammals from Europe and North America as well as several marsupials from Australia.

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  • A Photographic Guide to Mammals of North Africa and the Middle East
    A Photographic Guide to Mammals of… by Chris & Tilde Stuart

    Covers approximately 100 of the larger species found in a region from Morocco in the west to Iran, the Arabian Penisular in the east and Tutkey in the north. Description with key identification feature, distribution, habitat and status, behaviour, diet and reproduction for each species.

    Paperback £7.99 Buy Now
  • Squirrels
    Squirrels by Jessica Holm

    This is a comprehensive and entertaining guide to squirrels. Details on the physical differences between reds and greys, what they eat, whether they hibernate, how they communicate and squirrels in your garden. Also includes information about red squirrel sanctuaries and the efforts to conserve them.

    Hardback £10.99 Buy Now
  • Mammal Detective
    Mammal Detective by Rob Strachan

    Perfect for anyone interested in British wildlife. A walk in the countryside can be transformed into a 'treasure hunt' with all types of fascinating clues to the mammals living in the area. Whose track is it? Whose dropping? Which animal left this tuft of hair? And what did I just glimpse?

    Hardback £10.99 Buy Now
  • A Guide to the Birds, Mammals and Reptiles of the Galapagos Islands
    A Guide to the Birds, Mammals and… by Andy Swash, Robert Still

    Much has been written about these unique islands over the years, but this guide covers all the birds, mammals and reptiles in a single, pocket-sized book.

    Paperback £16.99 Buy Now
  • Moose
    Moose by Kevin Jackson

    The moose is a fascinating but elusive animal of the north and its little known natural history is the focus of this book. Explains the moose's behaviour, evolution, diet and its natural environments around the world. Jackson considers why the moose is really an elk and an elk is a wapiti and discusses the controversy behind the naming of the Irish Elk.

    Paperback £9.99 Buy Now
  • Handbook of the Mammals of the World: Volume 1 Carnivores
    Handbook of the Mammals of the World:… -

    The first volume in the series deals with the following families: African Palm Civet; Cats; Linsangs; Civets, Genets and Oyans; Hyenas; Mongooses; Euplerids; Dogs; Bears; Red Panda; Racoons; Skunks; Weasels, Martens, Polecats, Badgers and Otters.

    Hardback £134.99 Buy Now
  • Meerkats
    Meerkats by Nigel Dennis, David MacDonald

    Collection of photographs accompanied by an informative and readable text provides a rare insight into the fascinating world of meerkats. Examines their lifestyle and behaviour, their social make up and adaptations to a hostile environment.

    Hardback £14.99 Buy Now
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