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Where to Watch Mammals in Britain and Ireland

Wildlife Guide
Pioneering mammal site guide

By: Richard Moores

295 pages, B/w illus, maps

A & C Black

Paperback | Mar 2007 | #149288 | ISBN-13: 9780713671612
Availability: In stock
NHBS Price: £16.99 $23/€19 approx

About this book

Provides sites and useful information to enable you to find and observe every British and Irish mammal species, including all marine mammals. Taking a species-by-species approach, the accounts give some background detail on the range, population and habits of the species, before providing a list of sites where that species can be seen. As broad a geographic spread as possible is given to maximise the chances of finding local sites. The sites are mapped where appropriate.

#39;This book #133; is the best of its kind available. #39; Kentish Times #39;An extremely useful reference book. #39; BTO News (July/August 2007) #39;Immensely thorough and informative. #39; Caravan Club Magazine (September 2007) #39;A very useful book for the birder interested in mammals. It summarises information available elsewhere in many different sources in one handy volume. #39; Birding World (September? 2007)


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Biography

Richard Moores is a young naturalist with a wealth of practical experience of mammal #45;watching around Britain.

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