Hardback | 112 pages | 150 x 150mm
Publication October 2018 | ISBN 9781912654178
A must-have for all British nature lovers, The Red Squirrel Book is a stunning compendium of fact and photography.
This compact and accessible guide introduces the reader to these instantly recognisable fixtures of British wildlife and documents their physiology, behaviours and continuing place in our consciousness. Including a range of over 200 spectacular images, it reveals why important efforts are being made to conserve this remarkable species.
Featuring sections on habitat, activity, feeding and breeding, this compact and accessible guide opens up the world of the red squirrel to the curious and the committed alike.
Books in the series:
- The Hare Book
- The Owl Book
- The Fox Book
- The Red Squirrel Book
- The Bee Book
- The Robin Book
- The Hedgehog Book
- The Badger Book
- The Puffin Book
- The Native Pony Book
- The Beaver Book
- The Otter Book
Author Jane Russ lives in Wiltshire and is Chairman of The Hare Preservation Trust. As well as an author, Jane is a print maker and letterpress printer.
‘This short book featuring a range of stunning photographs introduces us to the rarely seen creatures and explains how and why important efforts are being made to conserve this remarkable species.’ Daily Mail