By: John Baker, Trevor Beebee, John Buckley, Tony Gent and David Orchard
69 pages, col photos, figs
This handbook forms a resource for a range of users including conservation professionals and interested volunteers. It covers those amphibians native to Great Britain such as the two that are subject to Biodiversity Action Plans (Great Crested Newt and Common Toad) and features a section on the unique ecological requirements of the Natterjack Toad - a species considered rare in the UK.
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - British Amphibians
Chapter 3 - Legislation and Policy
Chapter 4 - Pond Creation
Chapter 5 - Pond Restoration
Chapter 6 - Other Pond Species
Chapter 7 - Disease and Mortality
Chapter 8 - Terrestrial Habitat
Chapter 9 - Landscape Ecology
Chapter 10 - Specific Habitats
Chapter 11 - Natterjack Toad
Chapter 12 - Reintroduction
Chapter 13 - Further Reading
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