Mammals

If mammals are your passion, our selection of titles on the world’s most fascinating of animal groups is second to none. With specialist titles and general encyclopaedia we can take you on a world tour, continent by continent. From the timid British dormouse, the elusive Tasmanian devil and all in between including marine mammals, we have a cast of thousands for your enjoyment. Our range offers unparalleled insight into their lives and behaviour.

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THE MARSH LIONS The Story of an African Pride THE MARSH LIONS The Story of an African Pride   layout image

by Brian Jackman / Joanthan Scott / Angela Scott

First published in 1982, The Marsh Lions portrays a vivid picture of life and death on the African savannah through the story of a pride of lions in Kenya's Masai Mara game reserve. For 5 years they followed the pride and their progeny, recording the daily drama of life and death. In time they came to regard them as old and familiar friends and real individuals. Colour photographs, line drawings, 224pp. 2012

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M21629 Paperback  £9.99
Qatar Nature Explorer; Mammals of Qatar Qatar Nature Explorer; Mammals of Qatar   layout image

by Frances Gillespie

The Qatar Nature Explorer series offers a unique insight into Qatar's natural history and wildlife, and is an essential resource for schools and parents. 32pp. 2013

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M21621 Hardback  £4.99
UK BAP MAMMALS Interim Guidelines for Survey Methodologies, Impact Assessment and Mitigation UK BAP MAMMALS Interim Guidelines for Survey Methodologies, Impact Assessment and Mitigation   layout image

edited by Warren Cresswell / Johnny Birks / Mike Dean / Marina Pacheco / Will Trehella / David Wells / Stephanie Wray

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. Colour photographs, distribution maps, 94pp. 2012

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M21454 Paperback  £19.90
GUIDE TO THE UK CETACEANS AND SEALS GUIDE TO THE UK CETACEANS AND SEALS   layout image

by Mark Simmonds

illustrated by Lucy Molleson

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. 2012

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M21605 Chart  £3.00
TIGERS IN THE EMERALD FOREST Ranthambhore after the Monsoon TIGERS IN THE EMERALD FOREST Ranthambhore after the Monsoon   layout image

by Valmik Thapar

This book is about the 'post monsoon' period of Ranthambhore National Park, which in 2011 received a record 1,200mm of rain. The forest had turned green in days, and all the dry streambeds were literally brimming with water. The monsoon downpour made Ranthambhore look like an 'emerald forest'. Thapar takes us on a journey over the first days of October 2011 around the Park as it appeared to erupt in a burst of green teeming with life and its incredible tigers. Colour photographs, 126pp. 2012

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M21596 Hardback  £55.00
SNOW LEOPARD Stories from the Roof of the World SNOW LEOPARD Stories from the Roof of the World   layout image

edited by Don Hunter

Giving a voice to the snow leopard, this collection of powerful first person accounts from an impressive cadre of scientist-adventurers gives readers a rare glimpse of this elusive cat and the remarkable lives of those personally connected to its future. These stories resonate with adventure, danger, discovery, and most importantly, hope for this magnificent cat. Colour photographs, 190pp. 2012

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M21578 Hardback  £22.50
The Eurasian Red Squirrel The Eurasian Red Squirrel   layout image
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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. Colour photographs and illustrations, black and white illustrations, maps, 206pp. 2012

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M21575 Paperback  RRP: £20.00  Now: £11.99
SQUIRRELS OF THE WORLD SQUIRRELS OF THE WORLD   layout image

by Richard W Thorington Jr. / John L Koprowski / Michael A Steele / James F Whatton

A comprehensive examination of all 285 species of squirrels worldwide. Reveal virtually every detail of the family Sciuridae, which includes ground squirrels, tree squirrels, flying squirrels, prairie dogs and chipmunks. Each species is described in a detailed account that includes distinguishing characteristics, ecology, natural history, conservation status, and current threats to its existence. Colour photographs and illustrations, maps, 472pp. 2012

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M21574 Hardback  £39.00
RED SQUIRRELS Naturally Scottish RED SQUIRRELS Naturally Scottish   layout image

by Peter Lurz

The red squirrel Sciurus vulgaris, is one of our most popular and well-loved mammals. This titles provides insite into its habitat, nesting, diet, social organisation, life history and disease, threats and conservation. As well as taking a look at squirrels and people, and squirrels and the law. Colour photographs and illustrations, maps, 49pp. 2012

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M21573 Paperback  £7.95
Squirrels Squirrels   layout image

by John Gurnell / Peter Lurz / Luc Wauters

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. Colour photographs, graphs, tables, 25pp. 2012

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M21571 Paperback  £3.95
The British Natural History Collection; Moles The British Natural History Collection; Moles   layout image

by Rob Atkinson

illustrated by Belinda 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. Illustration type: Black and white illustrations, 136pp. 2013

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M21405 Hardback  £14.99
BROWN HARES in the Derbyshire Dales   layout image

by Christine Gregory

This book describes the brown hare and what differentiates it from rabbits and other hares, breeding patterns, courtship, boxing, their speed and agility, habitat, what they eat, and their history in the UK and the Derbyshire Dales. Colour photographs, 160pp. 2nd edition 2012

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M21434 Paperback  £16.99
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