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ID Chart - Mammal Tracks and Signs

by Simone Bullion

illustrations by Rob Strachan, Guy Troughton, Simone Bullion

ID Chart - Mammal Tracks and Signs
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Description

written and illustrated by Simone Bullion

illustrated by Rob Strachan & Guy Troughton

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

It has been produced in partnership with The Mammal Society and shows how field evidence like tracks, droppings, burrows, nests and feeding signs can be used to identify species.

Details

  • ISBN: 9781851538768
  • Author(s): Simone Bullion
  • Illustrator(s): Rob Strachan, Guy Troughton, Simone Bullion
  • Stock Code: 1538768
  • Format: Laminated chart
  • Pages: 12
  • Published: 2006
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