Paperback - 128 pages
Publisher: Whittet Books Ltd (British Natural History series) 2000
Beautifully illustrated book that reveals a complex lifestyle and social
life and senses impossible for us to imagine!
Truly accessible to the non-scientific
reader. Phil Richardson manages to use his teaching experience to ensure the casual reader is not
scared off by new scientific terms.
A vast amount of information in attractive, lucid
text. The colour illustrations and layout are to a very high standard. A natural
gift to anyone showing an interest in wildlife, especially mammals.
A highly informative and entertaining
introduction to a much misunderstood mammal. The style of writing is
ideal for anyone with no or little knowledge of bats and certainly never becomes
too technical. The entertainment
side comes from the inclusion of various amusing anecdotes of Phil's activities
with the Northamptonshire Bat Group. On the
serious side, a wide range of information is offered on bat life., ranging from the different species, echo location, roosts, bat behaviour, droppings, bat groups,
legal protection and much more. Due to their highly
reclusive nature of bats, there is plenty of information here that can
be a real eye-opener to anyone with even a passing interest in bats.
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