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Pocket Guide to Tracks and Signs

Field / Identification Guide Cancelled
By: Gerard Gorman(Author)
192 pages, 180 colour photos
Pocket Guide to Tracks and Signs
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  • Pocket Guide to Tracks and Signs ISBN: 9781780092621 Paperback Apr 2014 Publication cancelled #202242
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A sign-by-sign guide which is essential for anyone hoping to detect hidden wildlife in Britain and the rest of Europe. There are chapters on feeding signs, homes, droppings, pellets, tracks, and so on of creatures including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and insects, with each divided into simple sections. Pocket Guide to Tracks and Signs is illustrated with hundreds of the authors's line drawings and photographs from a library which he has built up over many years.

Pocket Guide to Tracks and Signs is as visually impressive as it is useful in the field with many stunning full-page and double-page images to support the authoritative text. The introduction explains the basics of tracks and tracking and the identification of the signs that you find.

Printed on quality paper, the paperback format with flaps adds to Pocket Guide to Tracks and Signs's durability in the field and provides built-in page-markers for quick reference.

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Expert naturalist Gerard Gorman is English but has lived in Hungary for the past 20 years, using the country as a base for hundreds of tours all around Europe. He has written six books and has a special interest in tracks and signs.

Field / Identification Guide Cancelled
By: Gerard Gorman(Author)
192 pages, 180 colour photos
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