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Living with Dormice The Common Dormouse: Real Rodent or Phantom of the Ancient Wood?

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By: Sue Eden(Author)
128 pages, Col photos throughout
Publisher: Papadakis
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  • Living with Dormice ISBN: 9781901092790 Paperback May 2009 Out of Print #170393
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The dormouse is one of the least seen but most loved of British animals. They have always been portrayed as rare animals with specialised food requirements found only in large ancient woodlands.

Sue Eden was therefore surprised to find them nesting in the coastal scrub of her new garden. Her many years of ensuing research have led her to the conclusion that the dormouse is in reality a widespread, tough, opportunistic omnivore that appears just as at home in low coastal scrub and conifer plantations.

Dormice are difficult animals to study because they are so elusive. Dr Eden's research, harking back to natural history observation as it was in Victorian times, has led her to the conclusion that dormice are not specialist animals restricted to specific habitats; they do not have exacting habitat requirements; are exceptionally versatile and resourceful; and are widespread in England in all arboreal habitats.

This fascinating new research, and the photographs that accompany it will be an inspiration in search for this appealing creature.

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Out of Print
By: Sue Eden(Author)
128 pages, Col photos throughout
Publisher: Papadakis
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