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  • 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 the Mammals of Australia
    Field Guide to the Mammals of Australia by Frank Knight, Peter Menkhorst

    Comprehensive guide to all 382 species of mammals known in Australia. Concise and accurate details of appearance, diagnostic features, distribution, habitat and key behavioural characteristics of all mammals known to have occurred in Australia or its waters since the time of European settlement.

    Paperback £22.50 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
  • 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.

    Paperback £8.99 Buy Now
  • A Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of Tanzania
    A Field Guide to the Larger Mammals of… by Charles Foley et al.

    Tanzania offers some of the finest wildlife watching in the world. Its protected areas, which include the iconic Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, and Mount Kilimanjaro, are famous for their density and diversity of large mammals. This field guide covers all the larger mammals of Tanzania, including marine mammals. Detailed accounts are provided for more than 135 species, some of which have only recently been discovered. Accounts for the land mammals give information on identification; similar species; habitats and social behaviour; distribution; population, status, and threats; and where best to look for the species.

    Paperback £19.95 Buy Now
  • TASMANIAN MAMMALS A field guide
    TASMANIAN MAMMALS A field guide -
    Brings together a series of photographs of all the native Tasmanian land mammals. A clear concise text provides all the essential information required on identification, habits, habitats, distribution and status of each of the mammals. Colour photographs, 119pp. Revised edition 2008
    Paperback £12.50 Buy Now
    SEALS by Sheila Anderson, Guy Troughton
    A life history of one of our most familiar marine mammals including up-to-date information on the mystery epidemic which affected them in the 1980s. Sheila Anderson works for the Sea Mammal Research Unit. 50 line illustrations 128pp 1990.
    Hardback £9.99 Buy Now
  • ECHIDNA Extraordinary Egg-Laying Mammals
    ECHIDNA Extraordinary Egg-Laying Mammals by Michael Augee et al.
    Describes the echidna's lifestyle and the adaptations that have made it so successful. Drawing on the lastest research, it covers their evolution, anatomy, senses, reproduction, behaviour, feeding habits and metabolism. Reveals some remarkable new findings, showing how echidnas are masters of their environment, and not some sort of mammal 'test model' that went wrong. Colour photography. 136pp. 2006
    Paperback £14.95 Buy Now

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