Perfect for anyone interested in British wildlife. British mammals are elusive, but they betray their presence by their field signs, tracks, hair tufts, droppings, feeding remains. This title makes a walk in the countryside into a fascinating 'treasure hunt' interperating all types of clues to the mammals living in the area. Whose track is it? Whose dropping? Which animal left this tuft of hair? And what did I just glimpse?
- ISBN: 9781873580776
- Author(s): Rob Strachan
- Stock Code: 3580776
- Format: Hardback
- Illustrations: Black & white illustrations
- Pages: 128
- Published: 2010
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