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Antarctic Wildlife - A visitor's guide to the wildlife of the Antarctic Peninsula, Drake Passage and Beagle Channel

Antarctic Wildlife - A visitor's guide to the wildlife of the Antarctic Peninsula, Drake Passage and Beagle Channel

By james lowen

A comprehensive photographic field guide that aims to help visitors to this remarkable part of the world - beginner or expert - identify with confidence any bird or marine mammal they encounter during their journey from the tip of South America and to the Antarctic Peninsula.

Published: 2011 by WILDGuides Ltd

Price: 17.95  (VAT not chargeable)

Availability: In stock

Antarctica - A Guide to the Wildlife

Antarctica - A Guide to the Wildlife

By Tony Soper

Updated throughout, the 6th edition of Bradt's Antarctica: a Guide to Wildlife is the most practical guide to the flora and fauna available for those "going south". Celebrating the amazing and often unique species of this spectacular environment, the title features chapters on the region's famous whales and penguins, and also on lesser known species such as skuas and sheathbills, with full coverage of plumage and identification. Each chapter is accompanied by vibrant illustrations from Dafila Scott to help bring species to life. In the last 10 years visitors to Antarctica have trebled to 30,000, and there are now 35 tour operators visiting the region. Tony Soper's immaculate and engaging text remains the indispensible choice for the intrepid wildlife enthusiast.

Published: 2013 by Bradt

Price: 16.99  (VAT not chargeable)

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The Arctic- a guide to coastal wildlife

The Arctic- a guide to coastal wildlife

By Tony Soper

A barren and inhospitable region for most of the year, the Arctic is permanent home to just a handful of hardy creatures. But come the summer, the wind stirs the waters to bring minerals to the surface, nourishing the plankton, that in turn attracts numerous birds and sea mammals to these shores. For just a few short months of almost endless daylight, the winter inhabitants of the Arctic fringes are joined by numerous shorebirds and waterfowl, seals and whales, all taking advantage of the abundance of food before heading south to avoid the harsh winter.

"Here, at last, is the book we have been waiting for." Sir David Attenborough.

Published: 2005 by Bradt

Price: 15.99  (VAT not chargeable)

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Birds and Mammals of the Falkland Islands

Birds and Mammals of the Falkland Islands

By Robin W and Ann Woods

A comprehensive photographic guide to the Falkland Islands, covering the regularly occurring birds and mammals most likely to be encountered.

The layout and text are written in an easy-to-read style, with notes on distribution, population and conservation status.

43 stunning photographic plates illustrating the key features for identification accompany the text.

Published: 2006 by WILDGuides Ltd

Price: 17.95  (VAT not chargeable)

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A field guide to the wildlife of South Georgia

A field guide to the wildlife of South Georgia

By Robert Burton and John Croxall

South Georgia is rich in wildlife and spectacular scenery, and it is a prime destination spot on most Antarctic tours. This beautifully illustrated field guide depicts the birds, mammals, insects, flowering plants, and other vegetation found in this unique part of the world. It features 368 full-coliur photographs of more than 180 species, including 65 species of birds, 20 species of sea mammals, nearly 60 species of insects, and more than 40 species of flowering and nonflowering plants. Detailed species accounts describe key identification features, with information on status, behaviour, threats and distribution. This one-of-a-kind photographic guide also includes introductory chapters on South Georgia's geography, climate, ecology and conservation.

Published: 2012 by Princeton University Press

Price: 17.95  (VAT not chargeable)

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Historical Antarctic Sealing Industry

Historical Antarctic Sealing Industry

By Scott Polar Research Institute University of Cambridge

Proceedings of an International Conference in Cambridge 16-21 September 2016
Edited by R.K Headland
Organizer B.J Lintott.

Published: 0 by

Price: 25.00  (VAT not chargeable)

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Wildlife Management and Subsistence Hunting in Alaska

Wildlife Management and Subsistence Hunting in Alaska

By Henry Huntington

In Alaska, a key regulatory conflict exists between the needs of the traditional Inupiat Eskimo economy based on subsistence hunting and the management regimes of government agencies responsible for conservation of the hunted species. This has often led to serious tension between Eskimo and Regulator, and to ineffective management of the wildlife resource. This book addresses this important issue and provides a well-detailed and fascinating case study of how such a mismatch of goals and objectives can be constructively reconciled.

Published: 1992 by Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge, England

Price: 32.00  (VAT not chargeable)

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