By: Simon King
224 pages, Col photos, illus
A personal and practical guide to the art of watching the mammals and birds of the British Isles. The BBC's popular cameraman and film maker reveals some of the methods he has developed in his years as a field naturalist. Written in two sections, the first is devoted to the techniques of fieldcraft - how to use all your senses and remain undetected. It also offers guidance on the equipment available for wildlife photography. Section two deals with each of the British mammals and bird families in detail, explaining how to track, watch and photograph them. An informative guide.
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