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Track and Sign : A Guide to the Field Signs of Mammals and Birds of the UK

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John Rhyder explores the world of British mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians through their tracks and other signs, including scat, feeding, damage to trees, dens, beds and nests, providing a fully explained and illustrated guide to the natural world around us. Following years of extensive research from one of the UK's leading wildlife trackers, Track and Sign is illustrated with line drawings and photographs, making identification in the field effective and accurate for both the complete beginner and the expert naturalist.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 328 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 20.32mm | 698.53g
  • Stroud, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 350 Illustrations, unspecified
  • 0750996145
  • 9780750996143
  • 376,636

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"If you want a reference book for when you are out in the field and see tracks/signs you can't identify, or are simply fascinated by the subject matter, then look no further." "By FAR the best tracking book in my library." THE book for British trackers."
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About John Rhyder

John Rhyder is a naturalist, woodsman and wildlife tracker, both founder and Head Instructor at The Woodcraft School. He has also worked in arboriculture, conservation and habitat management and has been teaching since 1994. He is certified through CyberTracker conservation as a Senior Tracker, the highest level possible. He is the only person at this level and therefore the highest qualified wildlife tracker in Northern Europe. He is endorsed as an instructor in natural navigation techniques through Tristan Gooley and his school of natural navigation. He is regarded as one of the most experienced authorities in the field of bushcraft in the UK and his experience includes being appointed as chief instructor for Ray Mears. He lives in West Sussex.
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