Nowhere to hide: The trade in Sumatran Tiger is an in-depth and revealing analysis of the terrible cost of hunting endagered species for trading.
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For all those people who are desperate to hear about All the Birds of Brazil – the latest news from the publisher is that this new edition should be due by the end of September 2005!! As soon as we know when copies are actually arriving in stock we’ll let you know.
First of many blogs on floras – huge info updating exercise underway in advance of NHBS attending the botanical congress in Vienna, July 05, e.g. Flora of Somalia, Flora of Tropical East Africa, Flora of Ecuador…. floras are one of the great achievements of scientists, but often underused, we think!! There’ll be a new page soon on www.nhbs.com listing all the floras we’ve updated
“The warm glow of the corn buttercup and the scarlet dazzle of the prickly poppy, which have illuminated the British countryside since Roman times, could be in danger of fading for ever”- Guardian
The Vascular Plant Red Data List for Great Britain – Species Status No 7 has been widely reviewed in print and broadcast media. It’s nice to wake up and hear BBC Radio 4 talking about a title we distribute!
New from Kew Royal Botanic Gardens World Checklist of Palms . This is a unique resource that lists all validly published names of palms, providing the source of their publication and indication of which names are currently accepted and which are synonyms.
Illustrations of Alien Plants of the British Isles is a new BSBI volume on alien plants of the British Isles which fills a long-standing gap. The full page black and white illustrations will be indispensable to naturalists, ecologists and conservationists who need to identify alien plants.
Nature and Culture in the Democratic Republic of Congo didn’t get catalogued by us in 2004 when it was published, it slipped the net and was catalogued just last month. It’s a really thought provoking introduction to the ways that nature and development interact in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Birds and Mammals of Ladakh represents the first ever attempt to describe and illustrate all the bird and mammal species ever recorded in the Ladakh region (India). It offers practical and specific views on how to conserve and enjoy the region’s beauty without destroying it. This is an invaluable companion to anyone with an interest in Ladakh, or in the Himalaya generally.
Birds of Dartmoor has just arrived into stock. Author Roger Smaldon has compiled the first comprehensive history and the most complete status report to date of birds on Dartmoor. Mike Langman has provided the superb line illustrations – This is a must for birdwatchers interested in Devon’s Ornithology!
We now have copies in stock of Bob McMillanâ€™s great book – Skye Birds. Primarily an illustrated site guide it also provides information on status, distribution and conservation issues.