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De Das [The Badger]


By: Frans van Bommel(Author), Stefan Vreugdenhil(Author), Maurice La Haye(Author)

135 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour distribution maps

KNNV Uitgeverij

Hardback | Nov 2015 | #222553 | ISBN-13: 9789050115360
Availability: In stock
NHBS Price: £22.99 $30/€25 approx

About this book

Language: Dutch

The badger has made a spectacular comeback in the Netherlands. Still, changes in nature management are casting a shadow on its future. 2015 is the year of the badger and in this monograph three Dutch experts tell the story of this impressive mammal, covering topics such as:
- ecology, habits and national and international distribution
- the badger as in quality indicator of the state of the landscape
- protection and management: legislation, landscape defragmentation, badger tunnels, and wildlife corridors
- crop damage, nuisance, and prevention
- cultural hsitory, and man-badger interactions

Summary in Dutch:
De das heeft in Nederland een spectaculaire comeback gemaakt. Toch maken veranderingen in het natuurbeleid zijn toekomst onzeker. 2015 is het Jaar van de das. Drie Nederlandse experts vertellen het verhaal van dit indrukwekkende zoogdier.
- Ecologie, leefwijze en (inter-) nationale verspreiding
- De das als indicator voor natuurkwaliteit
- Bescherming en management: wetgeving, ‘ontsnippering’, dassentunnels, verbindingszones
- Gewasschade, overlast en preventie
- Cultuurhistorie, mens & dier

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