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A Tangle of Otters

By: Anderson, Ian Saint-Barbe & Gabrielle Bordewich

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK, Lutterworth Press: 1984

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03472

ISBN: 0718826167

Condition: Very Good


Vividly and movingly Ian Anderson tells the story of a year in the life of a family of otters , and Gabrielle Bordewich's masterly drawings show the otters in all their grace and beauty and tell visual terms a story distinguished by its naturalness and integrity. The D/j shows light shelf wear with crimping to its edges and is priced clipped. View more info

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The Silvery Tay: Paintings and Sketches from a Scottish River

By: Brockie, Keith

Price: £16.00

Publisher: J.M. Dent and Sons: 1988

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03385

ISBN: 0460047264

Condition: Very Good


The River Tay travels through a beautiful landscape containing an outstanding variety of wildlife. In 150 paintings, sketches and drawings in watercolour, pencil, crayon and oils, Keith Brockie superbly captures the birds, animals, flowers and plants that are to be found along the River Tay. There is light bleaching to the front of the D/W. View more info

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Of Moths and Men: Intrigue, Tragedy and the Peppered Moth

By: Hooper, Judith

Price: £16.50

Publisher: UK., Fourth Estate: 2002

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 02783

ISBN: 1841153923

Condition: Very Good


In the early 1950's Dr Bernard Kettlewell went into the woods with a mission He believed a black variety of the peppered moth thrived in industrial areas because camouflage on blackened trees protected it from predatory birds. His work became known as ' Darwins missing evidence' and his findings are now firmly embedded in our cultural consciousness . But it appears he may have been wrong... View more info

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Northumberland in Watercolour

By: John Taylor

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK, Ansis Publishing: 1997

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 04054

ISBN: 0951952919

Condition: Very Good


In this book the fine illustrations by Daphne Harrison and the text by John Taylor compliment each other. The text describing the what is in the illustrations , and the illustrations putting a picture to the text. A beautiful book on the history, fauna and flora of Northumberland. A good, clean and tight copy. View more info

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Infant Chimpanzee and Human Child: A Classic 1935 Comparative Study of Ape Emotions and Intelligence (Series in Affective Science)

By: Ladygina-Kohts, N. N.

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK., Oxford University Press: 2002

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 02782

ISBN: 0195135652

Condition: Very Good


This is a truly remarkable book on chimpanzee emotions and psychology that first appeared three quarters of a century ago in Moscow. This first English edition has been supervised by B.M. de Waal and includes all original photographs and line illustrations. The DJ shows light shelf ware. View more info

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Open Season

By: Rodger McPhail

Price: £18.00

Publisher: UK, Swan Hill Press: 2002

Edition: 4th Edition

Sellers ID: 04126

ISBN: 090639368X

Condition: Very Good


Open Season' is a highly individual account of one man's year - a year of constant activity for not only is Rodger a keen fisherman, shot and stalker but also one of Britain's foremost living natural history artists. There is some shelf wear to the head of the d/w and corners. View more info

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Hedgerow Book

By: Wilson, Ron

Price: £15.00

Publisher: UK, David & Charles ( publishers ) Ltd: 1979

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 02984

ISBN: 0715377280

Condition: Very Good


The familiar patchwork pattern of the British rural landscape owes much to the everyday hedgerow: those lines of shrubs, trees and smaller plants that we take for granted as an integral part of our countryside. The history of the hedgerow is explained, how to date hedges from the species growing in them, and the urgent need for conservation of the right kind of hedges. The D/W shows light signs of shelf-wear with spotting to the front flap which is also priced-clipped. View more info