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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Non-Passerines  Birds of Prey

The Secret Life of Birds of Prey Feathers, Fury and Friendship

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By: Chloé Valerie Harmsworth(Author), Ruth Tingay(Foreword By)
164 pages, 100 colour photos
The Secret Life of Birds of Prey
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  • The Secret Life of Birds of Prey ISBN: 9781399093248 Hardback Nov 2023 In stock
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Enter the fascinating world of the UK's birds of prey. These noble hunters, with their remarkable flying skills, good looks and mysterious ways, are amongst our most attractive and interesting wildlife. They are some of the most enigmatic and rare species too, and this book will reveal them to you. Learn about the falcons, hawks, kites, osprey and eagles that grace our skies and landscape – from their impact on our culture in past and recent times, their value and uses in falconry, the history of their persecution and decline at the hands of humans, and their return to the UK through our reintroduction and conservation efforts. Admire their beauty up close with gorgeous photography and take an extraordinary peek into their secretive world. Be inspired by the moving words of people across the UK, who have described their thrilling, first-hand encounters, and discover where you can ethically experience these birds for yourself, to form an enduring connection with nature and make memories that will last a lifetime. This accessible and inspiring guide will help you to uncover the details of the habits, habitat, behaviour and diet (and much more) of our UK birds of prey, as well as showing how they bring delight and magic into our lives.

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Chloé Valerie Harmsworth is a nature writer, poet, artist and photographer from Hertfordshire. With a background in educational publishing, she has written about the environment, conservation, wildlife and well-being for a wide range of publications. In her work, she aims to show the beauty of the natural world and encourage people to protect it. She is particularly obsessed with trees, mushrooms, bats and birds of prey. She volunteers for several conservation charities and shares her nature-inspired content on her blog and on Instagram

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By: Chloé Valerie Harmsworth(Author), Ruth Tingay(Foreword By)
164 pages, 100 colour photos
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