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- Paperback - Collins
There are over 160,000 known species of butterflies and moths and over 5000 species in Europe, mostly small and inconspicuous moths. This guide presents an introduction to 240 of the most commonly found species within the British Isles and Europe.
Big Cats: Facing Britain's Wild Predators
- Hardback - Whittles
Right across Britain, people are reporting large feral cats resembling panthers, pumas and lynx. How have these cats established themselves? What are their territories, how are they breeding and are numbers viable? This book reviews the evidence and considers the implications of Britain's large cats, for people and for wildlife.
Beef: How Milk, Meat And Muscle Shaped The World
- Hardback - Mainstream
In 'Beef', an exuberant, panoramic view of the history of the cow, Andrew Rimas and Evan Fraser tell the story of our relationship with an animal that we have worked alongside, eaten and even worshipped for thousands of years.
Backwoods Mates To Hollywood's Greats
- Hardback - Whittles
This is a roller-coaster of a story about Mike Tomkies' extraordinary adventures after he quit his full-time career as a celebrity journalist and began working as a logger with the lusty men of the wild Canadian forests.
The Ballad And The Plough: A Portrait Of The Life Of The Old Scottish Farmtouns
- Paperback - Birlinn
The great farms of Scotland flourished for nearly 80 years from the mid 19th century, and are renowned for their rich characters and their stories. Quoting from their ballads, the author has written a book rich in anecdote and insight about their lives.
Bees And Honey, From Flower To Jar
- Paperback - Floris
Bees make honey, we all know that. But what happens between the bee buzzing around our garden, and the sticky knife in the jar, is a mystery to most of us. This book takes a look at the secret life of bees, all the way from buzzing around the garden to the sticky knife in the honey jar.
Birds And Flowers Of The Castle Of Mey And Balmoral
- Hardback - Northumbria University Press
This text is a collection of 50 watercolours commissioned & approved by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II & Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother. Painted by wildlife artist James Alder, the subjects are selected from their Majesties personal favourite birds & flowers.
Benin Eighe: Britain's First National Nature Reserve
- Paperback - Scottish Natural Heritage
Beinn Eighe is Britain's oldest National Nature Reserve. This text is an elegant portrait of the reserve and its surroundings, a memorable fusion of pictures and words.
The Birds Of Colonsay & Oransay
- Paperback - House of Lochar
This manual offers a list of all species recorded for the two islands. Where and how to find the wide range of birds and their habitats is described, as well as details about selected birds characteristic of Colonsay and the Inner Hebrides.
Bach Flower Remedies For Animals
- Paperback - Findhorn