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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DORMICE A Tale of Two Species DORMICE A Tale of Two Species   layout image

by Pat Morris

illustrated by Guy Troughton

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

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M21064 Paperback  £9.99
Pocket Guide MAMMALS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA Pocket Guide MAMMALS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA   layout image

by Chris & Mathilde Stuart

Compact guide which covers some 120 mammals of the region. Concise information on key identification pointers, similar species, habitat, behaviour, diet, reproduction, longevity, calls, occurrence and measurements. Silhouettes indicating size in relation to humans, illustrations of tracks and droppings, colour illustrations, distribution maps, 160pp. 2011

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M21051 Paperback  £9.99
A Field Guide to the CARNIVORES OF THE WORLD A Field Guide to the CARNIVORES OF THE WORLD   layout image

by Luke Hunter

illustrated by Priscilla Barrett

Comprehensive guide that profiles all 250 of the worlds terrestrial carnivore species. Detailed account for each species describing key identification characteristics, distribution and habitat, behaviour, feeding ecology, social patterns, life history statistics, conservation and the latest classification. Colour plates, line drawings, black and white illustrations, 240pp. 2011

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M20943 Hardback  £24.99
Handbook of the Mammals of the World; Volumes 1 to 4 Handbook of the Mammals of the World; Volumes 1 to 4   layout image

edited by Don E Wilson / Russell A Mittermeier

illustrated by Toni Llobet

Comprises all four volumes of the Handbook of the mammals of the world series.

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M20923 Hardback  £520.00
POLAR BEARS The Arctic's Fearless Great Wanderers POLAR BEARS The Arctic's Fearless Great Wanderers   layout image

by Anthony Dalton

The author has gathered stories from Canada, Greenland, Norway, Siberia and Alaska of the bears single minded approach to life and aquiring food. Black and white photographs, 128pp. 2010

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M20921 Paperback  £8.50
PRIMATES OF THE WORLD PRIMATES OF THE WORLD   layout image

by Ian Redmond

Takes a close look at every branch of the primate families around the world, from tiny nocturnal mouse lemurs in Madagascar to graceful langurs in India and majestic gorillas in Africa. Examines the evolutionary links between them and they way in which they live and interact. Also covers the crises in primate populations and ongoing efforts to combat threats posed by climate change, loss of habitat and human intervention. Charts, maps, colour photographs, 176pp. 2010 edition

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M20912 Paperback  £14.99
QUAGGAS AND OTHER ZEBRAS QUAGGAS AND OTHER ZEBRAS   layout image

by David Barnaby

Shot into extinction towards the end of the nineteenth century, this title recounts the explorations into what has been left behind in our culture by the extinct Quagga. Colour photographs, 114pp. 1996

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M20909 Paperback  £9.00
AMONG AFRICAN APES Stories and Photos from the Field AMONG AFRICAN APES Stories and Photos from the Field   layout image

edited by Martha M Robbins / Christophe Boesch

Takes us to places like Bwindi Impenetrable National Park in Uganda, Ivindo National Park in Gabon, and the Taï National Park in Côte d?Ivoire for an intimate and revealing look at the lives of African wild apes, and at the lives of the humans who study them. Tales of adventure, research, and conservation, veteran field researchers and conservationists describe exciting discoveries made over the past few decades about chimpanzees, bonobos, and gorillas. Features descriptions of interactions among these highly intelligent creatures as they hunt, socialize, and play. More difficult themes emerge, including the threats apes face from poaching, disease, and deforestation. Stories that are often moving and highly personal, this book takes measure of how special the great apes are and discusses positive conservation efforts, including ecotourism, that can help bring these magnificent animals back from the brink of extinction. Colour photographs, 182pp. 2011

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M20904 Hardback  £20.95
BRITAIN'S MAMMALS A Concise Guide BRITAIN'S MAMMALS A Concise Guide   layout image

by People's Trust for Endangered Species

An introduction to the mammals in the UK and around the coast. Features over 60 species including some species now extinct. Describes each species, giving key facts relating to size, lifespan, reproduction, diet, habitat and predators. Also includes notes on threats, status and conservation and a mammal 'family tree' showing how the main mammal groups evolved and a guide to the tracks of foxes, badgers, rabbits and deer. Colour photographs, distribution maps, 96pp. 2010

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M20879 Paperback  £9.99
BADGER BEHAVIOUR, CONSERVATION & REHABILITATION  70 Years of Getting to Know Badgers BADGER BEHAVIOUR, CONSERVATION & REHABILITATION 70 Years of Getting to Know Badgers   layout image

by George E Pearce

A fascinating insight into the badger's world. Badger biology, life in the sett, rescue and rehabilitation, consultancy, badgers and farming, and badger-watching with George Pearce, an expert on badgers. Colour photographs, 175pp. 2011

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M20874 Hardback  £19.99
THE EDIBLE DORMOUSE (Glis glis) THE EDIBLE DORMOUSE (Glis glis)   layout image

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

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M20873 Paperback  £3.50
STOATS AND WEASELS STOATS AND WEASELS   layout image

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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M20872 Paperback  £3.95
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