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Bird Guide (Collins Field Guide) by Stuart Keith
This is possibly the best guide to birds that I have ever come accross. It makes identification easy and provides sufficient information for bird watchers no matter how experienced. My only nag is that it was published some years ago; please update and re-release this, Collins!
The Wild Life of Our Bodies: Predators, Parasites,&hellip by Rob Dunn
I thoroughly enjoyed this book which I found to be both entertaining and thought provoking.
I found the research to be compelling and well argued. Dunn's use of humour served to highlight key points and to make the content less overwhelming.
It seems obvious to me that as research continues we will be forced to re-think our approach to our lives and this book acts as a good introduction to this
Whatever you area of interest, there will be aspects of this book which are relevant to you.
Bats of Britain and Ireland by HW Schofield
Bats of Britain and Ireland by HW Schofield
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I found this to be a really useful little book. Although it is a very slim volume, it is full of useful information about the bats which we are likly to come accross in the UK. Each species is illustrated with a detailed description and information about their prefered habitat, breeding and hibernation habits.
I found the size useful as it can easily fit into a backpack or bag and it is a useful introduction to bats.