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From Mallards to Martens Forty Years of The Vincent Wildlife Trust

By: Hilary Macmillan(Author), Shelly Perkins(Illustrator), Frank Greenaway(Illustrator), Tom Tew(Foreword By), Natalie Buttriss(Foreword By)
96 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
From Mallards to Martens
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This book is a celebration of the mammal conservation work carried out by The Vincent Wildlife Trust over the last 40 years. This charitable trust was founded, funded and led by Vincent Weir from its inception in 1975 until the early 2000s. It records their work on the conservation of rare mammal species, most notably the otter, water vole and horseshoe bats. The book also touches on some of Vincent's other notable conservation achievements – for butterflies, plants, reptiles and amphibians.

Contents

Foreword   1
A Spark Ignites   3
The Otter   11
The Water Vole   25
The Bechstein's and Horseshoe Bats   33
The Polecat   63
The Pine Marten   71
Beyond Mammals   83
An Exciting Future   91

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By: Hilary Macmillan(Author), Shelly Perkins(Illustrator), Frank Greenaway(Illustrator), Tom Tew(Foreword By), Natalie Buttriss(Foreword By)
96 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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