Mystery Big Cats
Did you know that bats compose their own songs and babble to each other? Or that mice giggle when they are tickled? This work shows how animal friends keep in touch, and how they warn and help each other in times of danger; how some animals problem-solve more effectively than humans - and how they build, create and entertain themselves and others.
Of Bison and Man
Provides a discussion of bat biology and evolution as well as regional physiography and zoogeography. This book describes the behaviour and ecology of the 31 species of bats found in Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona. It features colour photographs and illustrations, distribution maps, and echolocation sonograms.
Bestiary is a compendium of animals or birds, real or mythical, with a description of their habits and appearance. This book seeks to build on the traditions of the medieval bestiary and considers the unique animals of the Alberta Mountains and foothills.
Covers the mammals recorded from mainland South-East Asia, from Myanmar through Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia and south to Malaysia. This book provides an account of these mammal including the identification characteristics, habitat and behaviour. It also features line drawings which amplify details of anatomy and other aspects.
Bees and Bee Keeping Explained
Detailed species descriptions, including information on the conservation status, size, food, life expectancy, enemies, habits, voice and breeding of more than 120 of the most common land mammals of southern Africa.
Face to Face with Nature
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
Tells the story of the winter wildlife of the Solway Firth, that wild estuary set between the rugged hills of Cumbria and the rolling farmland, moors and forests of Dumfries and Galloway. This book explores the links that these places share with the most remote islands of the North Atlantic, and with the stunning landscapes of the high Arctic.
A fully illustrated photographic field guide to New Zealand wildlife