By: P Morris
107 pages, Line illus
A long-overdue review of Britain's threatened and protected mammals. It covers all terrestrial species, including bats, but with the exception of island races, but excludes cetaceans and seals. Each of the species accounts covers taxonomy, legal status, distribution, total population size, a historical review, ecology, threats, and priorities for future action. There are also chapters on legislative protection for British mammals, and discussion of conservation and research priorities.
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