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By Chris Wood
A comprehensive guide to all known sea anemones and corals found in British and Irish inshore waters. It is an essential companion for divers, snorkelers, rockpoolers and students who want to identify and know more about the sea anemones and corals they find.
This book will satisfy your curiosity about the treasures found cast up on the beach strandline. Every find has a story to tell and we aim to answer the questions that arise from each beachcombing discovery. Clear photographs and descriptions are accompanied by information about the natural history of the...
In the present collection, the author realises his thoughts and observations on the wildlife he has seen on his travels round the world via the medium of both Japanese Haiku and other poetic forms, including rhyming poetry and free verse.
By Colin Adams
The Arctic Charr is a fish of wild places. It is the fish that is capable of thriving in the harsh conditions found in the fresh waters of the far north where no other fish can. Its toughness in these extreme environments, its stunning beautiful colours (more usually...
Discover the wild side of cities around the world in this stunning collection of urban maps. Did you know that there are flying squirrels in the heart of New York City? Or that wild boar roam the streets of Berlin? From bats in air-conditioning vents, to snakes in the sewers,...
By Jon L. Dunn
This fully revised and updated edition of the best-selling North American bird field guide is the most up-to-date guide on the market. Perfect for beginning to advanced birders, it is the only book organized to match the latest American Ornithologists' Union taxonomy .
Appreciating the rich diversity of bird life on our island is about more than just looking out of the window. This beautiful book of birds, first published in 1962, is a wonderful resource for any amateur ornithologist of the present - or the past.