Michael Clark's acclaimed study of the biology and natural history of...
Series: British Natural History Series
By: Michael Clark
128 pages, 55 b/w illustrations
One of Britain's best loved animals is described by someone who has badgers on his doorstep, and has taken advantage of this to study them as individuals. All aspects of biology, behaviour, sett-building and feeding are included, plus the debate about TB and the history of badger persecution. This is a revised reprint of the 1994 edition.
This book will appeal to all nature lovers whatever their age or interest. The text is clear and beautifully illustrated by the author whose style and sense of fun give the book a very personal quality.
- Times Educational Supplement
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I don't know how you got a book printed 26 years ago in the conditions that I received it (like new) but you do it! ABSOLUTELY AWESOME!
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