The British Natural History Collection: Moles
Volume 3 in The British Natural History Collection series, Moles, takes us deep into their world. In the lonely darkness of their tunnels hunger forces moles on a cycle of digging, patrolling and eating, broken only in spring as males drive themselves to exhaustion on mating forays, and females raise there babies in warm nests. When their time comes, young moles make dangerous journeys above ground, just the start of the perils that lie ahead.
Due to moles living underground, they are beneath the notice of most people, except when they torment us with their molehills. Most of us never get to know the astonishing animal that lives beneath our feet. This title is a revelation that uncovers a world of secrets few have seen.