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Wimperfledermaus, Bechsteinfledermaus und Mopsfledermaus: Einblicke in die Lebensweise Gefährdeter Arten in Baden-Württemberg [Geoffroy's Bat, Bechstein's Bat and Barbastelle: Insights into the Lives of Endangered Species in Baden-Württemberg]

By: Claude Steck(Author), Robert Brinkmann(Author), Klaus Echle(Illustrator)
200 pages, 116 colour photos, colour illustrations, and colour distribution maps
Wimperfledermaus, Bechsteinfledermaus und Mopsfledermaus: Einblicke in die Lebensweise Gefährdeter Arten in Baden-Württemberg [Geoffroy's Bat, Bechstein's Bat and Barbastelle: Insights into the Lives of Endangered Species in Baden-Württemberg]
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  • Wimperfledermaus, Bechsteinfledermaus und Mopsfledermaus: Einblicke in die Lebensweise Gefährdeter Arten in Baden-Württemberg [Geoffroy's Bat, Bechstein's Bat and Barbastelle: Insights into the Lives of Endangered Species in Baden-Württemberg] ISBN: 9783258079103 Hardback May 2015 Usually dispatched within 2-4 weeks
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Wimperfledermaus, Bechsteinfledermaus und Mopsfledermaus: Einblicke in die Lebensweise Gefährdeter Arten in Baden-Württemberg [Geoffroy's Bat, Bechstein's Bat and Barbastelle: Insights into the Lives of Endangered Species in Baden-Württemberg]Wimperfledermaus, Bechsteinfledermaus und Mopsfledermaus: Einblicke in die Lebensweise Gefährdeter Arten in Baden-Württemberg [Geoffroy's Bat, Bechstein's Bat and Barbastelle: Insights into the Lives of Endangered Species in Baden-Württemberg]Wimperfledermaus, Bechsteinfledermaus und Mopsfledermaus: Einblicke in die Lebensweise Gefährdeter Arten in Baden-Württemberg [Geoffroy's Bat, Bechstein's Bat and Barbastelle: Insights into the Lives of Endangered Species in Baden-Württemberg]Wimperfledermaus, Bechsteinfledermaus und Mopsfledermaus: Einblicke in die Lebensweise Gefährdeter Arten in Baden-Württemberg [Geoffroy's Bat, Bechstein's Bat and Barbastelle: Insights into the Lives of Endangered Species in Baden-Württemberg]

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Language: German

Bats are both secretive and at the same time incredibly exciting predators. To promote rare species in Baden-Württemberg, protected areas have been designated and conservation projects are being carried out. The latter allowed a scientific exploration of such rare species as the Geoffroy's bat, Bechstein's bat and Barbastelle. This book summarizes the current knowledge about the ecology of these three species and publishes analyses and contributions to practically relevant aspects of their protection.

Exceptional images by award-winning wildlife photographer Klaus Echle provide insight in the lives of these fascinating animals and encourage readers to stand up for their protection.


Summary in German:
Fledermäuse sind heimliche und zugleich unheimlich spannende Jäger. Zur Förderung seltener Arten wurden in Baden-Württemberg Schutzgebiete ausgewiesen und Artenschutzprojekte durchgeführt. Letztere erlaubten auch eine wissenschaftliche Erforschung von so seltenen Arten wie der Wimperfledermaus, Bechsteinfledermaus und Mopsfledermaus. Das Buch fasst den aktuellen Wissensstand über die Ökologie dieser drei Arten zusammen und veröffentlicht Analysen und Beiträge zu den praxisrelevanten Aspekten ihres Schutzes.

Außergewöhnliche Bilder des mehrfach ausgezeichneten Tierfotografen Klaus Echle vermitteln Einblicke in das Leben dieser faszinierenden Tiere und regen an, sich für deren Schutz stark zu machen.

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By: Claude Steck(Author), Robert Brinkmann(Author), Klaus Echle(Illustrator)
200 pages, 116 colour photos, colour illustrations, and colour distribution maps
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