by David Wembridge
22 species of mammals make use of the green spaces and the brick and timber habitats of our towns and cities, from bats and woodmice, to muntjac and badgers, and when we take the time to look, it can be suprising who we find our wild neighbours to be.
This title describes twenty two species of mammals in detail and includes information on the urban and wider ecology, key features and field signs and distribution in Great Britain and Ireland. Also chapters on urban habitats, possible conflicts and urban surveys.
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