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Ecology, Earth and Environmental Science

Jurassic trees to present day hedgerows, cartwheeling caterpillars to snoozing mosquitoes, oceans to garden ponds, clouds, snowflakes, rocks, wetlands and how you can do your bit to save the planet!

We have hundreds of books in this diverse and fascinating section to satisfy everyone from the natural science student to conservation managers - or simply anyone with a curiosity and sense of wonder for the diversity and fragility of life on our planet.

  • Ivory, Horn and Blood: Behind the Elephant and Rhinocerous Poaching Crisis
    Ivory, Horn and Blood: Behind the… by Ronald Orenstein

    This alarming book tells a crime story that takes place thousands of miles away, in countries that few of us may visit. But like the trade in illegal drugs, the traffic in elephant ivory and rhinoceros horn has far-reaching implications not only for these endangered animals, but also for the human victims of a world-wide surge in organized crime, corruption and violence.

    Hardback £20.00 Buy Now
  • Springwatch Unsprung
    Springwatch Unsprung by Jo Stevens, Springwatch Team

    by Jo Stevens/Springwatch Team

    Springwatch Unsprung - Why do Robins have Red Breasts, brings together the most-asked questions from the hit BBC2 TV spin-off of the same name. It contains viewers' anecdotes and questions as well as quizzes, seasonal wildlife suggestions, and practical ideas of how to preserve wildlife in your garden.

    Paperback £8.99 Buy Now
  • The Food Web of a Tropical Rain Forest
    The Food Web of a Tropical Rain Forest by Reagan, Waide

    Sometimes too little information is available to back up conservation claims when vulnerable ecosystems are threatened with destruction. This book helps to fill the gap by presenting a comprehensive description & analysis of the plant & animal communities of the tropical rainforest at El Verde, Puerto Rico. Halftones, line drawings, 640pp 1996

    Paperback £31.95 Buy Now
  • Biodiversity II: Understanding and Protecting Our Biological Resources
    Biodiversity II: Understanding and… by Marjorie L Reaka-Kudla et al.

    With the rapid destruction of ecosystems across the world many diverse species disappear sometimes before they have even been discovered & identified. This book is a new plea for urgent action on the part of investigators in the field and the authors document how much of life still remains to be scientifically identified. Colour & b/w photos tables graphs 551pp 1997

    Paperback £20.99 Buy Now
  • Atlas of the Environment
    Atlas of the Environment by John Baines et al.

    The book examines world environmental problems by combining an atlas with the main important global issues. Each chapter deal with a specific problem places it in a world context & looks at ways of solving it. Colour photos maps 96pp 1991

    Hardback £12.99 Buy Now
  • The Wildlife Quiz Book
    The Wildlife Quiz Book by Tim Sharrock

    Total of 1,500 questions to test the reader's knowledge of the animals and plants that are to be found on Planet Earth. They are arranged in sets of ten, and are graded as Easy, Moderate or Hard. The questions and the answers are often given in detail, so are full of fascinating facts to enlighten and intrigue. It will appeal to everyone interested in wildlife, from schoolchildren to amateur naturalists and even professional scientists. 150pp. 2014

    Paperback £9.95 Buy Now
  • Bumblesbees: Their Behaviour and Ecology
    Bumblesbees: Their Behaviour and Ecology by Dave Goulson

    Bumblebees are familiar and colourful insects and play an important roles as pollinators of crops and wildflowers. While some species are now reared commercially and have been distributed around the world to pollinate plants, others have declined are in danger of extinction. Outlines their behaviour and ecology and suggests areas where further research is needed.

    Paperback £39.99 Buy Now
  • Principles of Environmental Toxicology
    Principles of Environmental Toxicology by J Chadwick, I C Shaw

    Environmental toxicology is the study of the action of chemicals upon ecosystems & understanding the effects chemicals may have on the inhabitants of an ecosystem can help us to predict & possibly prevent their deleterious effects. This book is a good general introduction to the subject, is written in an accessible, easily understood style & will provide the reader with a broad overview of the science of environmental toxicology. 1998

    Paperback £19.95 Buy Now
  • Fossil Seahorses and Other Biota from the Tunjice Konservat-Lagerst
    Fossil Seahorses and Other Biota from… by Jure Zalohar, Tomaz Hitij

    Trilobites are extinct arthropods that dominated the early oceans of the world. They occupied every available ecological niche and were highly successful organisms that evolved into a bewildering array of different forms. They died out at the end of the Permian, some 250 million years ago. Fossil trilobite remains are found on every continent. This title shows some of the best preserved, complete examples from many different countries and includes specimens collected from many 'classic' old localities. Will appeal to anybody interested in trilobites, from academics to fossil enthusiasts and collectors. Illustration type: Colour photographs, 176pp. 2014

    Hardback £69.99 Buy Now
  • Fossil Plants
    Fossil Plants by Paul Kenrick, Paul Davis

    An introduction to fossil plants which explores the gradual greening of the world, from the first green algae through the knee-high forests of the Early Devonian to the lush jungles of the Jurassic and beyond.Discover the hidden past of plants and uncover the breadth of form and rare beauty of plants turned to stone. Colour and b/w photographs and illustrations. 216pp 2004

    Paperback £16.95 Buy Now
  • Sensory Ecology, Behaviour and Evolution
    Sensory Ecology, Behaviour and Evolution by Martin Stevens

    Sensory ecology deals with how animals acquire, process, and use information in their lives, and the sensory systems involved. It investigates the type of information that is gathered by animals, how it is used in a range of behaviours, and the evolution of such traits. Illustration type: Colour illustrations, Halftone illustrations, 247pp. 2013

    Paperback £34.95 Buy Now
  • Wild Hope; On the Front Line of Conservation Success
    Wild Hope; On the Front Line of… by Andrew Balmford

    Takes readers to extraordinary places to meet conservation's heroes and foot soldiers, and to discover the new ideas they are generating about how to make conservation work on our hungry and crowded planet. The conservation problems are as diverse as the people and their actions, but together they offer common themes and specific lessons on how to win the battle of conservation, and the one essential ingredient, Balmford shows, is most definitely hope. Halftones, 264pp. 2012

    Hardback £18.00 Buy Now
  • Dinosaur Impressions: Postcards from a Paleontologist
    Dinosaur Impressions: Postcards from a… by Taquet, Philippe

    An engaging account of thirty years of travel & palaeontology exploration by one of the world's most noted palaeontologists. The reader is taken on a far-flung tour ranging from the Provence countryside through the Niger Desert, the Brazilian bush & the Mongolian Steppes to the Laos jungles & the Moroccan mountains in search of dinosaur remains. Full of lively anecdotes & wry humour. Line diagrams, halftones, 256pp. 1998

    Hardback £27.50 Buy Now
  • When City and Country Collide: Managing Growth in the Metropolitan Fringe
    When City and Country Collide: Managing… by Prof, Tom Daniels

    As traditional farming areas give way to commercial & residential development the land at the edges becomes the middle landscape largely ignored in national policy debates. This book examines the implications of this growth weighing population demands & industrial needs with environmental requirements & competitiveness in today's global economy. Figures tables 420pp 1999

    Paperback £31.95 Buy Now
  • Stop Water Waste
    Stop Water Waste by Claire Llewellyn

    Could we live without water? How can we stop polluting our water sources with waste? How can the seas be kept clean? What can we all do to save water? The answers to these and many more questions about using water wisely are explored in book for younger readers. Colour illustrations and photographs, 32pp. 2005 edition

    Paperback £5.95 Buy Now
  • Nature Conservation and Pastoralism in Europe
    Nature Conservation and Pastoralism in… by Bignal et al (eds)

    An account of the proceedings of the 3rd European Forum on Nature Conservation & Pastoralism held at the University of Pau France in July 1992. Includes papers on various issues in English Spanish & French. Graphs maps. 156pp 1994 JNCC

    Paperback £16.50 Buy Now
  • Conservation Biology: Concepts and Applications
    Conservation Biology: Concepts and… by Cox, G.W.

    Preserving biodiversity requires an understanding of the complex mutual interactions of plants animals the microbiota and the physical environment. This book is intended to assist the reader to understand the nature of biodiversity in its broadest sense to understand the threats to its survival & to introduce him to ecologically sound approaches to conserving it. B/w photographs charts tables maps 362pp 1997

    Paperback £34.50 Buy Now
  • A Key to the Major Groups of British Freshwater Invertebrates30% OFF
    A Key to the Major Groups of British… by Paul Croft

    Enables beginners to identify living animals encountered during the course of field studies. The key covers the invertebrates found in all types of freshwater - pools, lakes, streams and rivers. B/w illustrations, 60pp. 2012 reprint

    Paperback £5.60 RRP: £8.00Buy Now
  • Forest School for All
    Forest School for All by Sara Knight

    How can you use the Forest School ethos for the benefit of all your students?

    Forest School is now being used with a wide range of different age groups and in many different settings, and it can address issues such as obesity, public health and social wellbeing. 272pp. 2011

    Paperback £22.99 Buy Now
  • Insect Ecology; Behavior, Populations and Communities
    Insect Ecology; Behavior, Populations… by P W Price et al.

    Combining breadth of coverage with detail, this logical and cohesive introduction to insect ecology couples concepts with a broad range of examples and practical applications. Explores cutting edge topics in the field, drawing on and highlighting the links between theory and the latest empirical studies. B/w illustrations, tables, 801pp. 2011

    Paperback £42.99 Buy Now
  • Sustainable Development: The UK Strategy
    Sustainable Development: The UK Strategy -

    Leaders & representatives from over 150 states signed a declaration in Rio De Janeiro in 1992 committing themselves to make future development sustainable. This document assesses the challenges the UK will face over the next 20 years if it is to achieve that goal. Maps graphs tables 267pp 1994 HMSO

    Paperback £15.00 Buy Now
  • The Naming of the Shrew; A Curious History of Latin Names43% OFF
    The Naming of the Shrew; A Curious… by John Wright

    Why on earth has the entirely land-loving Eastern Mole been named Scalopus aquaticus, or the Oxford Ragwort been called Senecio squalidus - 'dirty old man'? What were naturalists thinking when they called a beetle Agra katewinsletae, a genus of fish Batman, and a Trilobite Han solo? Why is zoology replete with names such as Chloris chloris chloris (the greenfinch), and Gorilla gorilla gorilla (a species of, well gorilla)? The Naming of the Shrew will unveil these mysteries, exploring the history of scientific names, celebrating their poetic nature and revealing how naturalists sometimes get things so terribly wrong. With wonderfully witty style and captivating narrative, this book will make you see Latin names in a whole new light.

    Hardback £8.50 RRP: £14.99Buy Now
  • Water: Use Less, Save More
    Water: Use Less, Save More by Jon Clift, Amanda Cuthbert

    Lists 100 ways in which to do your bit. Tips range from simple measures, such as turning off the tap while you colean your teeth, to more drastic measures such as installing a rainwater harvesting system. Interspersed with 'Did you know' facts. Photographs, 80pp. 2008 edition

    Paperback £4.95 Buy Now
  • Management Planning for Nature Conservation: A Theoretical Basis & Practical Guide
    Management Planning for Nature… by Mike Alexander

    Combining key theories with real practice, this title fills a gap which has often hindered in-depth understanding of the planning process. Provides historical and rational background which helps to explain what makes a really effective management plan, and it presents a detailed practical guide to developing such a plan. It concludes with a series of case studies which clearly illustrate the underlying principles drawn out in the text, while highlighting the different approaches demanded by very different sites. 425pp. Reprinted 2009

    Paperback £67.99 Buy Now
  • The Changing Nature of Scotland
    The Changing Nature of Scotland by Scottish Natural Heritage

    Scotland has some of Europe's finest landscapes and wildlife. This title provides a stock take of environmental change across the land, water and seas of Scotland. Drawing on over forty papers and posters presented at a SNH conference, this title provides a fresh overview of research, policies and grass roots activities. Colour photographs, graphs, tables, maps, 528pp. 2011

    Hardback £27.50 Buy Now
  • The Nature Tracker's Handbook
    The Nature Tracker's Handbook by Nick Baker

    The art of nature tracking is very much like learning to read, but instead of reading words the tracker reads traces. Every animal leaves different traces as it goes about its everyday business. If you learn to read the signs left by footprints, leftover food, droppings and scrapes in the earth, you will soon be able to tell the story of an animal’s life.

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  • The Princeton Guide to Ecology
    The Princeton Guide to Ecology -

    A concise, authoritative one volume reference to the field's major subjects and key concepts. Edited by eminent ecologist Simon Levin, with contributions from an international team of leading ecologists, the book contains more than ninety clear, accurate, and up-to-date articles on the most important topics within seven major areas: autecology, population ecology, communities and ecosystems, landscapes and the biosphere, conservation biology, ecosystem services, and biosphere management. Colour and line illustrations, tables, 848pp. 2012

    Paperback £34.95 Buy Now
  • Acid Toxicity and Aquatic Animals
    Acid Toxicity and Aquatic Animals -

    Reviews & presents research on acid waters & their effects on fish & invertebrate life. Asks why the problems have arisen in particular areas & deals with field & survival studies & the attempts made to relate water quality & the susceptibility of animals. Diagrams graphs charts tables 282pp 1989

    Hardback £39.00 Buy Now
  • Listen to the Trees
    Listen to the Trees by Don MacCaskill

    One of Scotland's foremost naturalists and wildlife photographers reflects on his early years in Kilmartin in Argyllshire. We learn of his awakening interest in man's relationship with the wildlife around him - why was it necessary to kill it? A career in forestry revealed an inborn love of trees that flourished and became his life. B/w photographs and drawings. 192pp. 2007

    Hardback £16.99 Buy Now
  • Marches (Collins New Naturalist)
    Marches (Collins New Naturalist) by Andrew Allott

    Presenting the first large scale survey of this unique part of the country, the author offers a complete natural history of this area. Covers the hills, fossils, ice ages, meres, mosses, forests, streams and rivers, whilst also focusing on man's impact on the region, the changing wildlife, the impact of agriculture and the scars of past and present industrial activity. Colour photographs, 464pp. 2011

    Paperback £30.00 Buy Now
  • The Primary Source: Tropical Forests & Our Future (Updated for the 1990s)
    The Primary Source: Tropical Forests &… by Myers

    The author attempts to answer many important questions relating to the overexploitation of our tropical forests brought about by the fact that they provide us with food medicines germplasm stocks for crops & new types of energy sources. In this updated edition he has added a Prologue & Epilogue in which he discusses the slow progress over the last decade. 416pp 1992

    Paperback £9.95 Buy Now
  • The Species Seekers: Heroes, Fools, and the Mad Pursuit of Life on Earth
    The Species Seekers: Heroes, Fools, and… by Richard Conniff

    A colourful history of the early naturalists who risked death to discover strange life-forms at the ends of the earth. B/w illustrations, 464pp. 2011

    Hardback £19.99 Buy Now
  • Managing Habitats for Conservation
    Managing Habitats for Conservation -

    This comprehensive work outlines the problems & solutions of sound management habitat by habitat based on scientific principles & practical experience. Each contributor is an acknowledged expert for the habitat concerned & the team of consultants is made up of highly qualified individuals, some of which are household names in the world of conservation & ecology. B/w photos & drawings, tables, graphs, 399pp, 1995

    Paperback £37.00 Buy Now
  • The Little Book of Environmental Principles
    The Little Book of Environmental… by Dr Patricia Hook

    Comprises more than 160 entries that explain key terms and phenomena and examine the importance of certain flora and fauna, among other essential topics fundamental to our understanding of the planet. Features a wide range of entries, from coastal erosion, global warming and natural disasters to bio fuels and conservation. Line drawings, graphs, figures, 224pp. 2008

    Paperback £7.99 Buy Now
  • A Message from Martha; The Extinction of the Passenger Pigeon and its Relevance Today
    A Message from Martha; The Extinction… by Mark Avery

    This book tells the tale of the Passenger Pigeon, of Martha, the last of her kind, and of author Mark Avery's journey in search of them. It looks at how the species was a cornerstone of the now much-diminished ecology of the eastern United States, and how the species went from a population that numbered in the billions to nil in a terrifyingly brief period of time. Despite the underlying theme of loss, this book is more than another depressing tale of human greed and ecological stupidity. It contains an underlying message - that we need to re-forge our relationship with the natural world on which we depend, and plan a more sustainable future. Otherwise more species will go the way of the Passenger Pigeon. We should listen to the message from Martha.

    Hardback £16.99 Buy Now
  • Wild Town
    Wild Town by Mike Dilger

    by Mike Dilger

    Takes you on an amazing journey through the secret world of wildlife in Britain's towns and cities. With fascinating facts and details on the locals as well as some unexpected visitors, this is the ultimate urban safari.



    Paperback £12.99 Buy Now
  • The Beauty in the Beast; Britain's Favourite Creatures and the People Who Love Them
    The Beauty in the Beast; Britain's… by Hugh Warwick

    This is a portrait of some of Britain's best loved wild animals and birds and the enthusiasts who champion their causes. The author writes a series of affectionate and lively homages to the animals of the British Isles, composed of fieldwork and interviews with the people who love and conserve them. 320pp. 2012

    Hardback £14.99 Buy Now
  • Collins New Naturalist; Nature in Towns and Cities
    Collins New Naturalist; Nature in Towns… by David Goode

    Illustration type: Colour photographs, Diagrams, 400pp. 2014



    Paperback £35.00 Buy Now
  • Do Farm Management Practices Alter Below-Ground Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function?
    Do Farm Management Practices Alter… by E A Stockdale et al.

    JNCC Report Series 364. 140pp. 2006

    Paperback £15.00 Buy Now
  • Rationality and the Environment; Decision-making in Environmental Politics and Assessment
    Rationality and the Environment;… by Bo Elling

    The aim of this title is to contribute to the development of a theoretical basis for the specific formation of environmental policy, for environmental decision-making and in particular for environmental assessment. 296pp. 2010

    Paperback £29.99 Buy Now
  • Lowland Heathland: The Extent of Habitat Change, No. 12
    Lowland Heathland: The Extent of… by L Farrell

    Originally written in 1987 this report is part of a study into the extent of habitat change in Britain. It has been up dated in 1992 by Dr Nick Michael who is a foremost specialist for lowland heathland habitat. It covers a variety of heathlands including Breckland the Suffolk Sandlings Dorset heaths and The Lizard Cornwall amongst others. Tables, maps, 71pp. 1993

    Paperback £8.50 Buy Now
  • Guide to Garden Wildlife
    Guide to Garden Wildlife -

    Detailed descriptions and information on the life history, behaviour and occurrence of the extraordinary variety of wildlife that can be found in gardens. General introduction to the ecology of the garden and its species as well as the latest thinking on improving gardens for wildlife.

    Paperback £12.95 Buy Now
  • Survivors; The Animals and Plants that Time has Left Behind
    Survivors; The Animals and Plants that… by Richard Fortey

    The history of life on Earth is far older, and far odder, than many of us realise. the author traces this history not through fossil records, but in the living stories of organisms that have survived nearly unchanged for hundreds of millions of years and whose existence today affords us tantalising glimpses of landscapes long vanished. 400pp. 2012

    Paperback £9.99 Buy Now
  • Evaluation and Assessment for Conservation
    Evaluation and Assessment for… by Ian F Spellerberg

    New in paperback this important book begins by discussing the importance & value of biodiversity going on to cover methods of evaluating nature & the environment & assessment for conservation. The evaluation of biotic communities & the assessment of areas for protection planning & development are all included. Line & half-tone illustrations, 280pp. 1994

    Paperback £40.00 Buy Now
  • Fighting for Birds: 25 years in nature conservation24% OFF
    Fighting for Birds: 25 years in nature… by Mark Avery

    In this book, the author mixes a great many stories from his professional life at the RSPB with personal anecdotes and passionate arguments on past and present issues in bird and nature conservation. He shows us something of the many scientists whose work paves the way for conservation action, places domestic conservation into an international context, takes us behind the scenes to glimpse at the politicians who have worked with him, or against him along the way.

    Paperback £9.75 RRP: £12.99Buy Now
  • Habitat Conservation: Managing the Physical Environment
    Habitat Conservation: Managing the… -

    The four main areas studied by conservationists are resources, pollution, aesthetic heritage and nature. This textbook is the first book written in recent years to cover conservation from a physical environmental viewpoint. 356pp. 2001

    Paperback £37.50 Buy Now
  • Four Neotropical Rainforests
    Four Neotropical Rainforests -

    The exploitation & disappearance of tropical forests is one of the world's major ecologically complex problems. The flora & fauna of four major rainforest sites - Manaus Brazil; Manu Park Peru; Barro Colorado Island Panama; and La Selva Costa Rica are compared by expert ecologists providing a reliable compilation of data for researchers & students. Maps graphs tables 627pp 1990

    Paperback £28.00 Buy Now
  • Bloomsbury Pocket Guide to Tracks and Signs
    Bloomsbury Pocket Guide to Tracks and… by Gerard Gorman
    Paperback £10.00 Buy Now
  • Key to Lichens on Twigs
    Key to Lichens on Twigs by James and Alexander Wolseley


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  • The Natural Garden Handbook
    The Natural Garden Handbook by Caroline Foley

    Variety in the garden provides the greatest number of options for wildlife. This title covers a whole range of subjects, from how to encourage native species, creating green roofs and compost heaps, wildflower meadows and borders, dead wood, bird and bat boxes and much more. Colour photographs and illustrations, 192pp. 2009

    Hardback £12.99 Buy Now
  • Last Chance to See in the Footsteps of Douglas Adams
    Last Chance to See in the Footsteps of… by Mark Carwardine

    Stephen Fry, follows in his great friend Douglas Adams' footsteps with zoologist Mark Carwardine, in search of some of the rarest and most threatened animals on earth. Colour photographs, 320pp. 2009

    Hardback £20.00 Buy Now
  • Interview with a Pirate: Captain Paul Watson
    Interview with a Pirate: Captain Paul… by Paul Watson, Lamya Essemlali

    In this book, Paul Watson reveals to shipmate Lamya Essemlali his motivations, campaigns, dangers and successes. Watson was recently arrested in Germany on a Costa Rican warrant that claimed he endangered the crew of a fishing vessel a decade ago. The Sea Shepherd feels the arrest is politically motivated and that he may be extradited to answer charges related to obstructing Japanese whaling activities. Watson skipped bail in Germany for an unknown destination, and is currently on the open seas.

    Paperback £16.99 Buy Now
  • Nature Crime: How We're Getting Conservation Wrong
    Nature Crime: How We're Getting… by Rosaleen Duffy

    The author investigates the world of nature conservation, arguing that the West's attitude to endangered wildlife is shallow, self-contradictory and ultimately very damaging. B/w illustrations, 258pp. 2010

    Hardback £25.00 Buy Now
  • A Guide to Animals on Schedule 9 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act
    A Guide to Animals on Schedule 9 of the… by Adam Grogan, Mick Loates

    A compact reference source for people working with wildlife. 2008

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  • Fossils: The Key to the Past
    Fossils: The Key to the Past by Richard Fortey

    Provides a comprehensive guide to all aspects of fossils and their use in reconstructing the history of life on Earth. Colour plates, half tones, line drawings, 256pp. 4th edition 2009

    Hardback £20.00 Buy Now
  • Super Species; The Creatures That Will Dominate the Planet
    Super Species; The Creatures That Will… by Garry Hamilton

    A gripping examination of the impact of invasive species on the planet's ecosystems. These animals, plants and microbes have spread far from their native habitats, most often as a result of human activities, are usually aggressive and difficult to destroy. Colour photographs, 272pp. 2010

    Hardback £22.95 Buy Now
  • The Failure of Environmental Education (And How We Can Fix It)
    The Failure of Environmental Education… by Charles Saylan, Daniel T Blumstein

    Writing for general readers and educators alike, the authors boldly argue that education today has failed to reach its potential in fighting climate change, biodiversity loss, and environmental degradation. They assess the current political climate, and discuss how education can stimulate action, including decreasing consumption and demand, developing sustainable food and energy sources, and addressing poverty. 241pp. 2011

    Paperback £16.95 Buy Now
  • British Red Data Books; Mosses and Liverworts
    British Red Data Books; Mosses and… by J M Church et al.

    Due to the mainly warm and wet climate, Britian offers ideal conditions for bryophytes, with more than 1,000 species of mosses and liverworts. Many of the rarest and most beautiful are under threat and it is these species documented in this book, with details of their distribution, ecology, threats and conservation requirements.

    Paperback £20.00 Buy Now
  • Saving Planet Earth; What Is Destroying the Earth and What You Can Do To Help
    Saving Planet Earth; What Is Destroying… by Juniper, Tony

    Tied in to the BBC series, this title combines stunning images of Planet Earth with ways you can help to save it for future generations. Colour illustrations. 256pp. 2007

    Hardback £20.00 Buy Now
  • Nature by Night; A Guide to Observation and Identification
    Nature by Night; A Guide to Observation… by Jean Chevalier, Albouy Vincent

    This is the first book devoted soley to the mysterious world of nocturnal wildlife in Britain and Europe. Offers a wealth of advice on how to find particular species, encourages the use of senses other than sight and taking part in specialist activities such as moth trapping and bat detecting. Includes 250 individual species accounts of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles, invertebrates and plants. Colour illustrations, 224pp. 2008

    Paperback £14.99 Buy Now

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