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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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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  • 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
  • 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
    Paperback £1.00 RRP: £5.95Buy 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
  • 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
    Paperback £1.00 RRP: £5.00Buy Now
  • The New Hedgehog Book
    The New Hedgehog Book by Pat Morris

    by Pat Morris

    How much do you really know about the hedgehog in your garden? First published in 1983 this bestseller has a unique blend of humour and scientific observation, proving to have enduring appeal.

    Hardback £14.99 Buy Now
  • Urban Mammals: A concise guide
    Urban Mammals: A concise guide by David Wembridge

    This title describes twenty two species of mammals in detail and includes information on the urban and wider ecology, key features and field signs and distribution in Great Britain and Ireland. Also chapters on urban habitats, possible conflicts and urban surveys.

    Paperback £9.99 Buy Now
  • The Happy Hedgehog
    The Happy Hedgehog by Marcus Pfister

    by Marcus Pfister

    Mikko loves his garden, he knows all the plants and flowers and he enjoys learning about their healing powers. He is perfectly content, until Grandfather tells him he is wasting his time. 'Take advantage of your youth to accomplish something important, so you will be happy! Look at how others lead their lives!' That's just what Mikko does.

    Paperback £5.99 Info
  • 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
  • ID Chart - British Bats
    ID Chart - British Bats by Kate Jones, Allyson Walsh

    This 8 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of British Bats inlcudes all 16 species of bats that live and breed in Britain and has two parts: a guide to identifying bats in flight using bat detectors, flight patterns, size, habitat and emergence time after dusk; and a key labelling the different body parts of a bat for identifying bats in the hand.

    Laminated chart £3.00 Buy Now
  • ID Chart - Mammal Tracks and Signs
    ID Chart - Mammal Tracks and Signs -

    This 12 sided laminated fold out colour identification chart of British mammal tracks and signs.

    Laminated chart £3.80 Buy Now
  • Britain's Mammals: A Concise Guide
    Britain's Mammals: A Concise Guide by People's Trust for Endangered Species

    by People's Trust for Endangered Species

    The essential illustrated guide to Britain's wild mammals. Features over 60 mammal species found in Britain and around the coast, including some which are now extinct.

    Describes each species, giving key facts relating to size, lifespan, reproduction, diet, habitat and predators.

    Paperback £9.99 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
  • Britain's Sea Mammals
    Britain's Sea Mammals by Jon Dunn et al.

    Essential field guide to all the sea mammals found in coastal Britain. Covers 34 species, paying particular attention to the 14 species most readily seen and encountered. Species accounts highlight key identification characteristics, behaviour, status, habitat requirements and distribution.

    Paperback £12.95 Buy Now
  • The Hedgehog
    The Hedgehog by Pat Morris

    A concise authoritative guide to the species' biology, ecology and conservation status.

    The hedgehog has received a lot of attention due to the recent evidence of a decline, with work being done by PTES, the British Hedgehog Preservation Society and The Mammal Society. Learn more about this iconic species in this book.

    Paperback £4.99 Buy Now
  • Badger Behaviour, Conservation and Rehabilitation
    Badger Behaviour, Conservation and… by George E Pearce

    This provides a fascinating insight into the badger's world. It includes badger biology, life in the sett, rescue and rehabilitation, consultancy, badgers and farming, and badger-watching with George Pearce, an expert on badgers.

    Hardback £19.99 Info
    Covers law, survey work, catching, identification, sexing, ringing and habitats. Black and white drawings 178pp, 3rd edition 2004
    Paperback £24.99 Buy Now
  • The Bats of Britain and Ireland
    The Bats of Britain and Ireland by A J Mitchell-Jones, H W Schofield

    Fourteen species are illustrated in colour, each with a description and information regarding food eaten, breeding, roosts, distribution and status.

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  • The Badger
    The Badger by Michael Woods

    A short natural history of this popular mammal with an up to date summary of the thorny problem of Badgers and bovine TB. Colour illustrations, 32pp. Revised edition 2010

    Paperback £4.99 Buy 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
    Carmarthenshire in West Wales enjoys an exciting mammal fauna including Dormouse Water Vole, Pine Marten and Otter. This book is the first of its kind to cover regional mammals in Wales and gives a comprehensive description of all species to be found in the county. There are also chapters on extinct species as well as on habitat and distribution. Illustrated, distribution maps, 160pp. 1998
    Paperback £12.50 Buy Now
  • British Natural History Series: Beavers
    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 £9.99 Buy Now
  • Hedgehog Rehabilitation
    Hedgehog Rehabilitation by Kay Bullen

    Practical manual, aimed at people actively involved, or seriously wanting to become involved, in hedgehog rehabilitation. Deals with all aspects from an understanding of their natural history to equipping and running a unit, major causes of hedgehog casualties to detailed husbandry whilst in captivity.

    Paperback £18.95 Buy Now
  • Collins Complete British Mammals
    Collins Complete British Mammals by Paul Sterry

    A comprehensive photoguide to all the common and some of the more unusual animals that any keen naturalist is likely to see in the British countryside.

    Paperback £16.99 Buy Now
  • Bats
    Bats by Dean Waters, Ruth Waters

    Covers all 16 species of bat resident in Great Britain and as well as information on their biology and ecology. The authors address their legal and conservation status and provides the latest details of the incidence of rabies in bats.

    Paperback £4.99 Buy Now
  • Where to Watch Mammals: Britain and Ireland
    Where to Watch Mammals: Britain and… by Richard Moores

    Britain's mammals are relatively few in number, but include some notoriously hard to see species. This new guide provides sites and useful information to enable you to find and observe every British and Irish mammals species, including all marine mammals. Uses a species by species account giving background detail on the range, population and habits, along with a comprehensive list of sites where the species can be seen.

    Paperback £16.99 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
  • 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
  • Living with Dormice: The Common Dormouse: Real Rodent of Phantom of the Ancient Wood
    Living with Dormice: The Common… by Sue Eden

    The dormouse is one of the least seen but most loved of British animals. Much has been written about dormice in the past few years, but they have always been portrayed as rare animals with specialised food requirements found only in large ancient woodlands. The author was therefore surprised to find them nesting in the coastal scrub of her new garden. Her research has led her to the conclusion that dormice are not specialist animals restricted to specific habitats and are widespread in England in all arboreal habitats.

    Paperback £14.99 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
  • 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
  • The Lesser Horseshoe Bat: Conservation Handbook
    The Lesser Horseshoe Bat: Conservation… by H W Schofield

    Presents theoretical aspects of the species roosting ecology and approriate survey techniques along with clear and practical advise on improving and adapting buildings as roosts. Photograph & diagrams.

    Paperback £19.95 Buy Now
  • Bats of Britain, Europe and Northwest Africa
    Bats of Britain, Europe and Northwest… by Christian Dietz et al.

    Presents all 51 bat species that occur across Europe and Northwest Africa, and embraces recent taxonomic advances and several new species descriptions. Introductory chapters reveal the remarkable biology of bats. The detailed species accounts cover life history, conservation status and identification.

    Hardback £45.00 Buy Now
  • Mammals of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East
    Mammals of Europe, North Africa and the… by S Aulagnier et al.

    Covers all of the terrestrial mammals species of the Western Palearctic. Species accounts are concise with information on size, identification, distribution, habitat, behaviour, reproduction and feeding.

    Hardback £24.99 Buy Now
  • Rabbits and Hares
    Rabbits and Hares by Anne McBride, Guy Troughton

    The rabbit is both loved and hated, a charming cuddly creature but with a big appetite. The author doesn't avoid either aspect of rabbits but gives fascinating information about their habits and life style. Discusses the Myxomatosis issues and population recovery. Hares on the other hand are not on the increase, partly because of modern agricultural practices. They to have some interesting habits which are covered in this title.

    Paperback £10.50 Buy Now
  • The Naturalized Animals of Britain and Ireland
    The Naturalized Animals of Britain and… by Christopher Lever

    Relates how alien vertebrate animals now live in the wild in Britain and Ireland were introduced and naturalized. Discusses their status and distribution and their impact on the local environment. Describes animals that have been imported either deliberately or accidently and have established themselves in the wild, feral domesticated species and re introduced species.

    Hardback £35.00 Buy Now
  • The Water Shrew Handbook
    The Water Shrew Handbook by Phoebe Carter, Sara Churchfield

    A comprehensive guide to the biology, ecology and conservation of water shrews. Also provides guidance on surveying water shrews. An excellent guide for anyone working with shrews or who is interested in learning more about them and the treats they face. Colour photographs, diagrams, distribution maps, 36pp. 2006

    Paperback £4.99 Buy Now
  • The Brown Hare
    The Brown Hare by Stephen Tapper, Derek Yalden

    This comprehensive booklet describes the biology, ecology and conservation of the brown hare. Colour photographs, diagrams, charts, 28pp. 2010

    Paperback £4.99 Buy Now
  • Stoats and Weasels
    Stoats and Weasels by Robbie McDonald, Stephen Harris

    Written by mustelid experts, this book contains up-to-date, comprehensive information on the two species' biology, ecology and conservation with full colour illustrations and diagrams, 32pp. 2006 reprint

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    THE EDIBLE DORMOUSE (Glis glis) by Pat Morris
    This monograph includes all the latest on their biology, ecology and conservation status. Ideal for those working on non-native species management, and who are interested in knowing more about the conservation of our small British edible dormouse population. Colour photographs, 20pp. 1997
    Paperback £3.50 Buy Now
  • DORMICE A Tale of Two Species
    DORMICE A Tale of Two Species by Pat Morris
    This title is an account of the fascinating intricacies of our native hazel dormice and the introduced edible dormice. As a result of the author and his students studies started in the 1980s, more is known about dormice than about many mammals that are more common. Includes new information, black and white illustrations, 144pp. 2nd edition 2011
    Paperback £9.99 Buy Now
  • A PRICKLY AFFAIR The Charm of the Hedgehog
    A PRICKLY AFFAIR The Charm of the… by Hugh Warwick
    The author explores the quirky humour, misunderstanding and affection that characterises our feelings for this marvellous little creature, 279pp. 2010
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  • British Bat Calls: A Guide to Species Identification
    British Bat Calls: A Guide to Species… by Jon Russ

    Knowledge of bat echolocation, calls and identification has grown significantly in the last decade. This practical guide presents the latest data in a clear and concise manner. Part 1 covers topics such as the properties of sound; how bats use sound; bat detection methods; recording devices; analysis software; recording techniques and call analysis. Part 2 comprises the species chapters. with information on distribution, emergence times, flight and foraging behaviour habitat and echolocation including parameters for common measurements. Calls are described in the context of the different technologies used. Includes sonograms.

    Paperback £29.99 Buy Now
  • Marmots in the Mist
    Marmots in the Mist by Paul Wetton

    This short 50 minute film shows footage of flowers, insects, birds and mammals captured whilst searching for butterflies. The story begins along the flood plain of the Rhone Valley at an altitude of around 400 metres before ascending through wooded uplands to the snow line on craggy mountainsides at altitudes in excess of 2500 metres. DVD Video, approx. 50 mins running time.

    DVD £9.95 Buy Now
  • Polar Bears: A Complete Guide to Their Biology and Behavior
    Polar Bears: A Complete Guide to Their… by Andrew E Derocher

    Through informative and engaging language, Derocher carefully explains the sea ice ecosystem that is essential to the survival of polar bears. He addresses the threat of global warming to the Arctic, home to polar bears for tens of thousands of years, and describes in detail their feeding habits, distribution, den ecology, and reproduction.

    Hardback £21.00 Buy Now
  • The British Natural History Collection: Otters
    The British Natural History Collection:… by Paul Chanin

    Explains how to spot the presence of otters, where they sleep, their feeding and breeding habits, their social behaviour, how they communicate and their relationships with man.

    Hardback £14.99 Buy Now
  • Polar Bears: The Natural History of a Threatened Species
    Polar Bears: The Natural History of a… by Ian Stirling

    The Polar Bear is an iconic species that is severely threatened by global warming. Looks in detail at their biology and ecology in a readable yet scientifically comprehensive way. Covers all aspects of their lives and distribution.

    Paperback £25.00 Buy Now
  • The British Natural History Collection: Moles
    The British Natural History Collection:… by Rob Atkinson

    Volume 3 in The British Natural History Collection series, Moles, takes us deep into their world. In the lonely darkness of their tunnels hunger forces moles on a cycle of digging, patrolling and eating, broken only in spring as males drive themselves to exhaustion on mating forays, and females raise there babies in warm nests. When their time comes, young moles make dangerous journeys above ground, just the start of the perils that lie ahead.

    Hardback £14.99 Buy Now
  • Squirrels
    Squirrels by John Gurnell et al.

    this is a concise authoritative guide to the species' biology, ecology and conservation status, with specific reference to Great Britain and Ireland, and also Italy. The author's consider what can be done to conserve the red squirrel and what can be done to minimise the impacts of the grey squirrel.

    Paperback £4.99 Buy Now
  • Guide to the UK Cetaceans and Seals
    Guide to the UK Cetaceans and Seals by Mark Simmonds

    Many large sea mammals, including whales, dolphins, porpoises and seals, can be seen around the UK's coast. Both their behaviour at sea and their body features, such as the shape of the tail and dorsal fin as they break the water surface, will help you to identify most species.

    Chart £3.00 Buy Now
  • UK BAP Mammals; Interim Guidelines for Survey Methodologies, Impact Assessment and Mitigation
    UK BAP Mammals; Interim Guidelines for… -

    This is an essential publication for consultants and conservationists involved in surveying and protecting the UK Biodiversity Action Plan mammal species. Details previously unavailable guidelines for surveying, impact assessment and mitigation techniques on 8 species: harvest mouse, hedgehog, pine marten, polecat, brown hare, mountain hare, red squirrel and wildcat. It provides the most up-to-date in depth knowledge, and discusses the questions that still need answering and requirements for further research.

    Paperback £11.99 Buy Now
  • The Hazel Dormouse
    The Hazel Dormouse by Rimvydas Juskaitis, Sven Buchner

    This monograph attempts to condense the results of the all published research on the elusive hazel dormouse into one volume. Looks at biology, ecology, behaviour, physiology and range. Further chapters are dedicated to the variety of methods exist for detecting hazel dormice, recommendations for their conservation and methodological aspects of research.

    Paperback £20.00 Buy Now
  • On the Trail of Red Squirrels
    On the Trail of Red Squirrels by Will Nicholls

    Join wildlife photographer Will Nicholls on a journey to find the elusive British red squirrel, documenting its secret life with words and photographs, several of which have won awards. This title will provide you with a window into the life of the red squirrel. Stories from Will's experiences studying these fascinating creatures are interwoven with factual information about all aspects of the squirrel.

    Hardback £25.00 Buy Now
  • RSPB Spotlight; Otters
    RSPB Spotlight; Otters by Nicola Chester

    Informed text brings this elusive and exciting mammal into sharper focus, revealing what an otter is and how they live, feed, play and breed. Nicola reflects on how otters exist in our imaginations culturally and how that has changed over the years. She also examines the many challenges otters have faced, exposing what brought them to the brink of extinction, and explores the challenges we face in trying to find and watch otters in the wild.

    Paperback £9.99 Buy Now

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