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Crossbill Guides CEVENNES and Grand Causses (France) Crossbill Guides CEVENNES and Grand Causses (France)   layout image

by Dirk Hilbers

In the south eastern part of the Central Massif in France lie the Cevennes and Grand Causses, a remote and mountainous region. From the Mediterranean to a chilly 1,700 meters, the mountains offer a range of habitats and diverse flora and fauna. Colour photographs, 254pp. 2009

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M20326 Paperback  £21.95
GALAPAGOS: Preserving Darwin's Natural Treasure GALAPAGOS: Preserving Darwin's Natural Treasure   layout image

by Tui de Roy

This large format title is a celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Charles Darwin Foundation on Galapagos. Comprises a series of invited essays and photographs that cover the entire spectrum of Galapagos wildlife 208pp. 2009

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M20269 Hardback  £30.00
FIELD GUIDE TO WILDLIFE OF NEW ZEALAND FIELD GUIDE TO WILDLIFE OF NEW ZEALAND   layout image

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. Succinct species accounts contain information on identification, distribution and biology. Colour photographs, 276pp. 2010

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M20267 Paperback  £16.99
IMAGES OF NATURE FROM THE CAIRNGORMS WILD LAND IMAGES OF NATURE FROM THE CAIRNGORMS WILD LAND   layout image

by Mark Hamblin / Peter Cairns

The diverse habitats in the Cairngorms are home to a variety of wildlife, including Golden Eagle, Osprey, Pine Martin, Red Deer, Red Fox and Mountain Hare. This title captures the spirit of this special part of the world in a series of evocative images. Describes the history and management of each species and takes a look back at the animals of Scotland's past and glances into the future of Scotland's wildlife, making a plea for the importance of nuturing our precious land. Colour photographs, 152pp. 2008 edition

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M20241 Paperback  £16.99
WILDLIFE OF THE JURASSIC COAST WILDLIFE OF THE JURASSIC COAST   layout image

by Bryan Edwards

Discover internationally rare species along this coastline that offers unique and special habitats. Colour photographs and illustrations, 96pp.

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M20236 Paperback  £4.95
A GLEAMING LANDSCAPE A Hundred Years of the Guardian's Country Diary A GLEAMING LANDSCAPE A Hundred Years of the Guardian's Country Diary   layout image

edited by Martin Wainwright

Over 100 years these Country Diaries range from far and wide. Neighbours woken at midnight to be shown a glow-worm, an earnest pre-occupation with stoats, lists of birds, flowers and insects noted on the Western Front, a peregrine flushed by a diarist's brother during the Normandy landings and a hym to a field os snake's head fritillary. With at least one column by everyone who has written for the Country Diary this is an engrossing chronicle of Britain's ever changing landscape. 230pp. 2008 edition

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M20228 Paperback  £8.99
Collins New Naturalist Library LONDON'S NATURAL HISTORY Facsimile edition Collins New Naturalist Library LONDON'S NATURAL HISTORY Facsimile edition   layout image

by R S R Fitter

The aim of this series is to interest the general reader in the wildlife of Britain by recapturing the enquiring spirit of the old naturalists, encouraging unusual and original developments of forgotten or neglected facets of British natural history. The books will be identical in every way to the original first editions, including the iconic jackets by Clifford and Rosemary Ellis. 2008

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M20202 Hardback  £75.00
Collins New Naturalist Library THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE HIGHLANDS AND ISLANDS Facsimile edition Collins New Naturalist Library THE NATURAL HISTORY OF THE HIGHLANDS AND ISLANDS Facsimile edition   layout image

by F F Darling

The aim of this series is to interest the general reader in the wildlife of Britain by recapturing the enquiring spirit of the old naturalists, encouraging unusual and original developments of forgotten or neglected facets of British natural history. The books will be identical in every way to the original first editions, including the iconic jackets by Clifford and Rosemary Ellis. 2008

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M20201 Hardback  £75.00
Collins New Naturalist Library BRITAIN'S STRUCTURE AND SCENERY Facsimile edition Collins New Naturalist Library BRITAIN'S STRUCTURE AND SCENERY Facsimile edition   layout image

by L Dudley Stamp

The aim of this series is to interest the general reader in the wildlife of Britain by recapturing the enquiring spirit of the old naturalists, encouraging unusual and original developments of forgotten or neglected facets of British natural history. The books will be identical in every way to the original first editions, including the iconic jackets by Clifford and Rosemary Ellis. 2008

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M20196 Hardback  £75.00
Collins New Naturalist ISLANDS Collins New Naturalist ISLANDS   layout image

by R J Berry

A broad look at the islands that lie off the shore of Britain and Ireland, exploring their biology, geographt, geology and climate, and examining changes that have occurred in the past and how these become relevant for future developments. Colour photographs, 384pp. 2009

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M20188 Hardback  £50.00
FALKLANDSCAPES FALKLANDSCAPES   layout image

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. Colour and b/w photographs. 160pp. 2008

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M20184 Hardback  £22.95
THE NATURAL HISTORY OF IRELAND THE NATURAL HISTORY OF IRELAND   layout image

by Philip O'Sullivan Beare

edited by Denis C O'Sullivan

The Natural History of Ireland was originally written in Latin by Philip O'Sullivan Beare (c.1590 - 1660) and is an important source of the history of Ireland's natural environment and its political history. This book has never been translated into English before, thus making this a unique publication. This translation is both faithful to the original and accessible to the general reader, 384pp. 2009

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M20183 Hardback  £30.00
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