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Bird Tracks A Field Guide to British Species

Field / Identification Guide New
By: John Rhyder(Author), David Wege(Author)
335 pages, 500 colour photos and b/w illustrations
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  • Bird Tracks ISBN: 9781803991702 Paperback May 2024 In stock
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Bird Tracks: A Guide to British Species explores and enhances the ability to identify a diversity of birds using just their tracks and trails. John Rhyder and David Wege approach this subject from the perspective of both the tracker and the birdwatcher. They have examined and described 139 species, each richly illustrated with a mixture of photographs and drawings of their unique tracks and trails.

Bird Tracks is a comprehensive guide for trackers and birdwatchers interested in studying species found around the British Isles, and can also be of great use across north-western Europe. Written by experts in their respective fields, this work represents several years of research collated into the most in-depth study of bird tracks published to date.

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John Rhyder is a naturalist, woodsman and wildlife tracker, both founder and Head Instructor at The Woodcraft School. He has also worked in arboriculture, conservation and habitat management and has been teaching since 1994. He is certified through CyberTracker conservation as a Senior Tracker, the highest level possible. He is the only person at this level and therefore the highest-qualified wildlife tracker in Northern Europe. He is endorsed as an instructor in natural navigation techniques through Tristan Gooley and his school of natural navigation. He is regarded as one of the most experienced authorities in the field of bushcraft in the UK and his experience includes being appointed as chief instructor for Ray Mears. He lives in West Sussex.

David Wege helps teach nature tracking in the UK with the Woodcraft School Ltd and the Field Studies Council. He recently finished a successful 30-year career in international bird and biodiversity conservation with BirdLife International in order to pass on his passion for tracking and nature connection. David is a lifelong, passionate birdwatcher, professional tracker, wildlife photographer and all-round naturalist.

Field / Identification Guide New
By: John Rhyder(Author), David Wege(Author)
335 pages, 500 colour photos and b/w illustrations
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