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  • Crossbill Guide: Dordogne, France
    Crossbill Guide: Dordogne, France by David Simpson
    Paperback £25.95 Info
  • Wildlife of Madagascar
    Wildlife of Madagascar by Ken Behrens, Keith Barnes

    The Indian Ocean island of Madagascar is one of the world's great natural treasures and ecotourism destinations. Like Galápagos, it is a laboratory of evolution, but on a much larger scale, since it is home to nearly an entire continent's variety of species, from the famous lemurs to a profusion of bizarre and beautiful birds, reptiles, and amphibians. Small and portable yet thorough, this is the most comprehensive single-volume field guide to Madagascar's wildlife and the first to provide extensive coverage of the island's butterflies. More than 500 stunning color photographs illustrate the vast majority of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and butterflies that a visitor is likely to see, along with a selection of insects and plants. Wildlife of Madagascar is organized by group – from mammals to plants – and its authoritative and accessible text provides key information about identification, habitat, behavior, and conservation. Ideal for everyone from casual tourists and nature lovers to experienced naturalists and professional biologists, this is an essential guide to the natural wonders of Madagascar.

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  • A Sky Full of Birds: In Search of Murders, Murmurations and Britain's Great Bird Gatherings
    A Sky Full of Birds: In Search of… by Merritt

    Britain is a nation of bird-lovers. However, few of us fully appreciate the sheer scale, variety and drama of our avian life. From city-centre hunters to vast flocks straight out of the Arctic wilderness, much-loved dawn songsters to the exotic invaders of supermarket car parks, a host of remarkable wildlife spectacles are waiting to be discovered right outside our front doors. In A Sky Full of Birds, poet and nature writer Matt Merritt shares his passion for birdwatching by taking us to some of the great avian gatherings that occur around the British isles – from ravens in Anglesey and raptors on the Wirral, to Kent nightingales and Scottish capercallies. By turns lyrical, informative and entertaining, he shows how natural miracles can be found all around us, if only we know where to look for them.

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  • Wild Life: A Garden Drama20% OFF
    Wild Life: A Garden Drama by Queen Green

    This is a quirky little book and everyone should read it. Brimming with humour, information and bright ideas, it is a manual for understanding and caring for wildlife in the garden and countryside. It also offers hope for the future of our lovely planet. Colour photographs, 52pp. 2005

    Paperback £3.99 RRP: £5.00Buy Now
  • Natural North58% OFF
    Natural North by Allan Potts

    This book is about the wildlife of the north of England. Structured around the photographs of award winning photographer Allan Potts it covers the desolate fells and uplands, urban and industrial decline, woodland and the coast. Background information on the wildlife featured and a short section on photographic techniques. 285 colour photographs, 160pp. 2000

    Hardback £6.99 RRP: £16.99Buy Now
  • New England Wildlife: Habitat Natural History and Distribution48% OFF
    New England Wildlife: Habitat Natural… by Richard M DeGraaf, Mariko Yamasaki

    Presented in sections on amphibians and reptiles birds and mammals. Each species account includes illustration and range map along with information on distribution within the region status habitat and breeding biology. 560pp. Drawings maps photographs. 2001

    Paperback £14.95 RRP: £29.00Buy Now
  • A Rapid Assessment of the Humid Forests of South Central Chuquisaca, Bolivia42% OFF
    A Rapid Assessment of the Humid Forests… by Thomas S. Schulenberg, Kim Awbrey

    Rapid Assessment Program Working Papers 8. The Chuquisaca & Tarija regions of Bolivia encompass one of the most dramatic shifts in flora & vegetation anywhere along the eastern Andes. This 1995 survey discovered the area contains one of the largest remaining uninterrupted tracts of Bosque Tucuman-Boliviano wet forest as well as a number of endemic species. There are also heavy development pressures. Colour photos halftones map 84pp. 1998 Conservation international

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  • A Biological Assessment of the Parque Nacional Noel Kempff Mercado, Bolivia44% OFF
    A Biological Assessment of the Parque… by Thomas S. Schulenberg, Timothy J Killeen

    Situated in the eastern part of the country where the moist Amazonian forests meet the dry forests of the Cerrado this Park contains a variety of ecosystems & high biodiversity. The survey discovered 26 new species of plants one new mammal & three new reptiles. The report includes extensive data appendixes a large fold-out vegetation map & conservation recommendations. 200pp 1999 Conservation International

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  • The Tambopata-Candamo-Rio Heath Region of Southeastern Peru: A Biological Assessment48% OFF
    The Tambopata-Candamo-Rio Heath Region… by R B Foster et al

    6 colour plates, 3 figures, 192pp. 1995

    Paperback £9.95 RRP: £19.50Buy Now
  • Wildlife Travel25% OFF
    Wildlife Travel by William Gray

    The author has spent over 25 years tracking down the world's best wildlife experiences. In Footprint's Wildlife Travel, he shares these encounters, taking you on a global safari. From whale-watching in North America to camping on an African safari and tracking tigers in India.

    Wildlife Travel will help you plan and enjoy the best of the world's wildlife adventures, enabling you to get closer than you ever imagined to the world's greatest wildlife.

    Paperback £14.99 RRP: £19.99Buy Now
  • Wildlife of the Seychelles50% OFF
    Wildlife of the Seychelles by John Bowler

    This is a comprehensive photographic guide to the birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, dragonflies, butterflies and other conspicuous invertebrates likely to be encountered in the Seychelles. Covers identification, breeding, distribution, population and conservation status.

    Hardback £8.99 RRP: £17.99Buy Now
  • Wild Flowers50% OFF
    Wild Flowers -

    Shows how to grow and care for a range of wild flowers and examines the artistic, literary, medicinal and folkloric associations of individual flowers. This illustrated visual guide is a practical sourcebook for the gardener, a reference book for the garden designer or for those who just want to be able to identify different wildflower species or simply enjoy the beauty of the images. Colour illustrations. 96pp. 2004

    Hardback £4.99 RRP: £9.99Buy Now
  • History of the Russian Zapovedniks 1895 - 199590% OFF
    History of the Russian Zapovedniks 1895… by Feliks Shtilmark

    This is a standard history of the Russian and Soviet zapovednik system - zapovedniks being 'strict nature reserves' a form of protected area of immense importance for global ecological monitoring. The author's study is a history of the subject, supported by his involvement in the system for many years and his own archive collection.

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  • A Field Guide to the Wildlife of the Falkland Islands and South Georgia13% OFF
    A Field Guide to the Wildlife of the… by Ian Strange

    Since the explosion of wild-life tourism, the Falkland Islands have become a popular destination for cruises from the American continents and flights from the United Kingdom. This guide provides reading for those visitors, as well as a reference work for the islanders and indeed anyone interested in wildlife.

    Hardback £12.99 RRP: £14.99Buy Now
  • 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
  • Bill Oddie's How to Watch Wildlife72% OFF
    Bill Oddie's How to Watch Wildlife by Bill Oddie et al.

    by Bill Oddie, Stephen Moss and Fiona Pitcher

    Bill Oddie's How to Watch Wildlife is a practical beginner's guide to enjoying the wildlife of Britain. Organised into a calendar of months, Bill tells you the best places to visit, how to catch a glimpse of our best-loved species, and things you can do for each month of the year. For example, in May, you could visit some wild flower meadows which are in their prime, see a nightingale, and experience the dawn chorus.

    Hardback £4.99 RRP: £17.99Buy 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
  • The Great British Wildlife Hunt27% OFF
    The Great British Wildlife Hunt by Anne Harrap

    by Anne Harrap

    Perfect for anyone who enjoys a walk in the woods or a coastal stroll. Not a site guide that directs you to the same old sites, instead a guide which encourages you to actively find species everywhere you go by learning to recognise landscape features, habitats and niches.

    Paperback £7.99 RRP: £10.99Buy Now
  • Wildlife of Australia
    Wildlife of Australia by Iain Campbell, Sam Woods

    This book covers 350 birds, 70 mammals, 30 reptiles, and 16 frogs likely to be encountered in Australia's major tourist destinations. Accessible species accounts are useful for both general travellers and serious naturalists, and the invaluable habitat section describes the Australian bush and its specific wildlife. Animal species with similar features are placed on the same plates in order to aid identification.

    Paperback £13.99 Buy Now
  • Southern England (Collins New Naturalist)16% OFF
    Southern England (Collins New Naturalist) by Peter Friend

    Most people share an enthusiasm for beautiful and breathtaking scenery, but whilst east to admire from a distance, such landscapes are usually difficult to explain in words. Harnessing recent developments in computer technology, this latest volume uses the most up to date and accurate maps, diagrams and photographs to analyse the diverse landscapes of Southern England. Colour photographs, 416pp. 2008

    Paperback £24.95 RRP: £30.00Buy Now
  • Flowers of the Forest: Plants and People in the New Forest National Park60% OFF
    Flowers of the Forest: Plants and… by Clive Chatters

    by Clive Chatters

    The New Forest has strong populations of many special wildflowers because it retains a living tradition of free ranging domestic animals grazing its coast land, extensive commons and village greens. It explores how the wildlife of the Forest is the natural expression of the lives and economy of the people of the Forest.

    The book goes into detail and describes over 100 species of the rare flowering plants and ferns, accounts of the people who have explored the Forest from the early 17th century to the present and provides an account of Forest conservation issues by someone who has participated in Forest life for over twenty years.

    Paperback £9.99 RRP: £24.99Buy Now
  • Watching Wildlife in London60% OFF
    Watching Wildlife in London by Marianne Taylor

    by Marianne Taylor

    Many people are unaware that the city of London is rich in wildlife, and that many of the most interesting and spectacular species can be seen within a few minutes' walk of the tourist trail.

    The first 8 chapters are an informative 'where to watch' guide describing key sites from the city centre to the suburbs, along with what you can expect to see. This ranges from wildfowl and birds of prey in the centre of town to deer and other mammals around Richmond, and from butterfly and wildflower hot spots to a haven for wading birds and water voles beside the Thames.

    Paperback £3.99 RRP: £9.99Buy Now
  • A Rapid Biological Assessment of the Northern Cordillera Vilcabamba, Peru43% OFF
    A Rapid Biological Assessment of the… -

    The surveys discovered several species new to science including many butterfly & moth species & a large rodent which may even represent a new genus. The report provides critical conservation recommendations & detailed anthropological assessment of resource use by local communities. The area is one of Peru's richest biological regions. 200pp 1999 Conservation International

    Paperback £8.95 RRP: £15.95Buy Now
  • Dartmoor (Collins New Naturalist)50% OFF
    Dartmoor (Collins New Naturalist) by Ian Mercer

    Explores the complex and fascinating history of one of southern England's greatest National Parks. Spanning miles of open moorland, it also hides small secluded river valleys, rare plants and endangered birds. Dartmoor is a place of variety, and has evolved in the public's mind from a forbidding place to that of romance and mystery. Colour photographs, 402pp. 2009

    Paperback £14.99 RRP: £30.00Buy Now
  • Tales of Four Seasons: A Light-Hearted Ramble Through the Seasons85% OFF
    Tales of Four Seasons: A Light-Hearted… by Robin Lowes

    Each season has its own appeal and beauty which is captured in words and photographs in this light-hearted ramble through the four seasons. An interesting and amusing read with colour photographs throughout. 127pp. 1997

    Hardback £2.95 RRP: £19.95Buy Now
  • One Season in the Taiga85% OFF
    One Season in the Taiga by Vadim Ryabitsev

    The ornithologist author describes an expedition to the Ural Mountains in Russia to study Willow and Arctic Warblers.

    He describes in a popular style the ecological fieldwork involved and includes portraits of individual birds, at the same time describing the other wildlife encountered in the vicinity of his camp in the northern Taiga.

    Paperback £2.00 RRP: £13.99Buy Now
  • Falklandscapes
    Falklandscapes by Tony Chater

    This is an exhibition of Tony Chater's work spanning three decades. The images, covering all of the islands, have been arranged in the form of a natural history. Many feature the omnipresent ocean upon which all our lives depend, no matter how far from it we live.

    Hardback £29.95 Buy Now
  • Florida (Travellers' Wildlife Guides)50% OFF
    Florida (Travellers' Wildlife Guides) by Fiona Sunquist et al.

    Colour photographs and illustrations of more than 600 of Florida's most common insects, fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals and plants with information on identifying and locating them. Brief descriptions of the most frequently visited parks and reserves.

    Paperback £9.49 RRP: £18.99Buy Now
  • Dangerous Creatures of Africa
    Dangerous Creatures of Africa by Chris & Mathilde Stuart

    Documents the range of dangerous and threatening aspects of nature. Animals that can wound, venomous creatures, those that are poisonous to eat and diseases caused by animals. The focus is on understanding, identifying, avoiding and surviving these potential hazards of the African wilds.

    Hardback £29.99 Buy Now
  • The Nature of Japan
    The Nature of Japan by Mark Brazil

    Long isolated from the neighbouring Asian continent lies a seemingly inscrutable, but fascinating island chain. The Japanese Archipelago is a treasure trove of natural wonders, ranging from coral reefs and tropical fish to sea-ice and fur seals. Lt rises to alpine meadows home to high altitude butterflies and birds, and falls through rich waters to one of the deepest ocean trenches in the world. It is washed by great ocean currents, one cold from the north, one warm from the south, which connect Japan to the Bering Sea and the tropical Pacific.

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  • Galapagos: A Natural History
    Galapagos: A Natural History by John Kricher

    A detailed natural history of this spectacular archipelago and the amazing diversity of life found there. The author weaves the intriguing history of evolutionary biology that is intimately connected with the islands and describes the adventures and observations of Darwin during his visit in 1835. Assess the conservation efforts to preserve the Galapagos, and the challenges these efforts have met. Colour plates, halftones, tables. 256pp. 2006 edition

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  • Galapagos Wildlife
    Galapagos Wildlife by David Horwell, Pete Oxford

    Covers every aspect of both land and marine wildlife from the giant tortoises to the thirteen species of Darwin's finches. Includes information on the islands' various habitats, their conservation and ecology. Details of popular sites and unique trail plans. Colour photographs, maps, 160pp. 3rd edition 2011

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  • Wildlife of South Africa: A Photographic Guide
    Wildlife of South Africa: A… by Duncan Butchart

    Covers the region's mammals, birds, reptiles, frogs and trees that are most likely to be seen. Concise account for each species.

    Paperback £14.99 Buy Now
  • Lost Land of the Dodo
    Lost Land of the Dodo by Anthony Cheke, Julian Hume

    The Mascarene island, Mauritius, Reunion and Rodrigues, were once home to an extraordinary range of birds and reptiles. Amazing forms such as giant tortoises, burrowing boas, flightless owls and herons, giant parrots and of course, the Dodo dominated the landscape. This is a comprehensive account of the islands ecology. Looks in detail at each extinct vertebrate species. A definitive account of this tragic yet remarkable fauna. Colour plates, 494pp. 2008

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  • Vietnam: A Natural History
    Vietnam: A Natural History by Minh, Le Duc et al.

    First comprehensive account of Vietnam's natural history in English. Colour photographs and illustrations, maps, 243pp. 2006

    Hardback £25.00 Buy 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
  • Wildlife of the Caribbean55% OFF
    Wildlife of the Caribbean by Herbert A. Raffaele, James W. Wiley

    Features 451 species of plants, birds, mammals, fish and seashells. Whilst primarily looking at the most conspicuous and widespread species among the islands, it also includes rarely seen species such as the Rhinocerous Iguana and Cuban Solenodon, giving readers a special sense of the region's diverse wildlife. Illustration type: Colour illustrations, Map, 304pp. 2014

    Paperback £6.25 RRP: £13.95Buy 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
  • Walking & Birdwatching: In South West Turkey with Botanical & Historical Notes
    Walking & Birdwatching: In South West… by Paul Hope

    Covers a number of walks and birdwatching sites in the South West of Turkey. Each walk includes a map, a bird list and a flower list. Each birdwatching site includes a map and a bird list. Colour photographs, 208pp. Revised edition 2005

    Paperback £12.00 Buy Now
  • Climate Change and Rare Species in Britain
    Climate Change and Rare Species in… by Elmes, Free

    It is predicted that global warming will increase both summer and winter temperatures in Britain by 2 degrees and 4 degrees Celcius respectively within the next 50 years or so. This increase could have a harmful effect on many of our rare plants and animals. Which are most at risk and how can we protect them? This book analyses these problems and summarises current research. Colour illustrations, 28pp. 1994

    Paperback £7.00 Buy Now
  • Mark Carwardine's Ultimate Wildlife Experiences
    Mark Carwardine's Ultimate Wildlife… by Mark Carwardine

    For 30 years Mark has travelled the globe in search of its most remarkable wildlife encounters. Now, for the first time he has distilled a lifetime's experience into the ultimate travel wishlist for wildlife aficionados. It is a personal selection of the wildlife hotspots that have made the greatest impact on him over the years. Colour photographs, 132pp. 2012

    Hardback £25.00 Buy Now
  • Wildlife Walks: Great Days Out at Over 500 of the UK's Top Nature Reserves
    Wildlife Walks: Great Days Out at Over… -

    This is the perfect guide for nature lovers and families alike. Covers over 500 of the Wildlife Trusts' nature reserves, and includes over 400 maps, illustrations and photographs. Wildlife Walks provides the key to exploring our open spaces with details of the creatures, great and small, that inhabit them. 320pp. 3rd edition 2010

    Paperback £14.99 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
  • Central and Eastern European Wildlife
    Central and Eastern European Wildlife by Gerard Gorman

    The wildlife of eastern Europe is one of the unexpected attractions of a region best known for its cultural assets. Relatively few are aware of the diversity on their holiday doorstep, from brown bears and wolves to numerous birds no longer common in the west of the continent. Colour photographs, maps, 176pp. 2008

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  • Complete Irish Wildlife (Collins Complete Guide)
    Complete Irish Wildlife (Collins… by Paul Sterry, Derek Mooney

    The introduction by Ireland's best known wildlife expert, Derek Mooney, sets out where you can find the best of Irish wildlife. This title describes almost all the wildlife of Ireland likely to be encountered by the keen amateur naturalist. Also includes the common and widespread flowers, trees and shrubs. Colour photographs. 2004

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  • The Nature of France Brittany
    The Nature of France Brittany -

    Covers four departments in Brittany - Cotes d'Armor, a lovely region influenced by the sea, Finistere, literally meaning 'the end of the earth' with its impressive coastline, the comparatively small but varied Ille et Vilaine and the ancient and beautiful department of Morbihan. Introduction to the ecology, natural history and human history of each department followed by details to the major sites. Colour photographs, 224pp. 2003

    Paperback £12.99 Buy Now
  • Brecon Beacons (Collins New Naturalist)
    Brecon Beacons (Collins New Naturalist) by Jonathan Mullard

    This is the first comprehensive book to be published about the wildlife of the Brecon Beacons, and a much-anticipated addition to the New Naturalist series. Although a large number of people visit the area every year, comparatively few are aware of the flora and fauna that exists in this seemingly wild and inhospitable mountain landscape and its surroundings. Illustration type: Colour photographs, 400pp. 2014

    Hardback £55.00 Buy Now
  • A Field Guide to Jordan57% OFF
    A Field Guide to Jordan by Jarir Maani

    A comprehensive guide with concise descriptions of Jordan's diverse wonders. This compact book is for locals and visitors alike to identify, learn about, and enjoy. Colour photographs, 384pp. 2nd edition 2010

    Paperback £7.25 RRP: £16.99Buy Now
  • My Family and 50 Other Animals: A Year-Long Quest to See British Mammals
    My Family and 50 Other Animals: A… by Dominic Couzens

    A colourful and amusing narrative charts the peaks and troughs as the author, his wife and two young children take up the challenge to scour the length and breadth of the British Isles in search of everything from Weasels and Stoats to Edible Dormice, Killer Whales and Wallabies. Colour and b/w illustrations and photographs, 272pp. 2009

    Hardback £17.99 Buy Now
  • Wildlife of Southern Africa (Traveller's Guide)
    Wildlife of Southern Africa… by David Hosking, Martin Withers

    Guide to the wildlife of Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Malawi. Features over 400 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and insects.

    Paperback £16.99 Buy Now
  • The Natural History of Sherkin Island, West Cork: An Introduction
    The Natural History of Sherkin Island,… by John Akeroyd, Robbie Murphy

    Introduces you to some of the wonderful wildlife and flowers on this beautiful and peaceful island, which lies just 10 minutes by ferry across the harbour of Baltimore, West Cork. Colour photographs, map, 72pp. 2009

    Paperback £4.95 Buy Now
  • Complete British Garden Wildlife (Collins Complete Guide)
    Complete British Garden Wildlife… by Paul Sterry

    This book is a comprehensive guide to help nature enthusiasts identify the native plants and animals they come across in their gardens, be they welcome or otherwise. Learning about any given species' requirements and its role in garden ecology will allow gardeners to adapt their approach to gardening, enabling them to encourage wildlife whilst also protecting plants from damage.

    Paperback £16.99 Info
  • My Arctic Summer
    My Arctic Summer by Agnieszka Latacha

    The author describes her experiences during three polar expeditions to the High Arctic, and conveys to the reader the essence and atmosphere of this fragile environment, the landscape, nature and day to day life of people working on Spitsbergen. Illustration type: Colour photographs, 126pp. 2013

    Paperback £16.99 Buy Now
  • A Field Guide to the Wildlife of South Georgia49% OFF
    A Field Guide to the Wildlife of South… by Robert Burton, John Croxall

    Depicts the birds, mammals, insects, flowering plants and other vegetation found in this unique part of the world. Detailed species accounts describe key identification features with information on status, behavoiur, threats and distribution. Colour photographs, 200pp. 2012

    Paperback £8.99 RRP: £17.95Buy Now
  • Australian Wildlife
    Australian Wildlife by Stella Martin

    This title offers essential information, from biology to behaviour of Australia's unique species in one handy, readable guide. The author guides visitors though dense rainforest and across parched deserts to discover how bizarre creatures evolved in isolation. Find out why some fish change sex and how thorny devils drink.

    Paperback £14.99 Buy Now
  • Backpacker Naturalist: Wild Times Down Under
    Backpacker Naturalist: Wild Times Down… by James Hanlon

    The author recounts his travels in search of Antipodean wildlife by first hitchhiking around New Zealand, before moving on to Australia. He meets up with dingoes, seals and whales amongst the myriad creatures, big and small, beatiful and occasionally positively dangerous. Colour photographs, illustrations, 230pp. 2011

    Paperback £12.99 Buy Now
  • Brecon Beacons (Collins New Naturalist)42% OFF
    Brecon Beacons (Collins New Naturalist) by Jonathan Mullard

    This is the first comprehensive book to be published about the wildlife of the Brecon Beacons, and a much-anticipated addition to the New Naturalist series. Although a large number of people visit the area every year, comparatively few are aware of the flora and fauna that exists in this seemingly wild and inhospitable mountain landscape and its surroundings. Illustration type: Colour photographs, 400pp. 2014

    Paperback £19.99 RRP: £35.00Buy Now
  • Scotland (Collins New Naturalist)
    Scotland (Collins New Naturalist) by Peter Friend

    Highlights the many famous and much loved natural landscapes of Scotland, ranging from the rolling agricultural lowlands of the east to the wild and rugged mountains of the west. The author explains the history and development of the land structures, focusing on each region individually. Colour photographs and diagrams, maps, 466pp. 2012

    Paperback £30.00 Buy Now
  • 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

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