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RSPB Spotlight hares

SKU# R410024

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This new RSPB Spotlight book takes you into the world of hares.

Although hares appear to be wild rabbits, their nature is far more interesting than we could imagine.
As a symbol of Britain's countryside, the hare has a long history in the UK and beyond. With two British species and many more across Europe and Asia, this RSPB Spotlight book looks at new insights into their behaviour, evolution and natural history, including courtship rituals.

Nancy Jennings discusses in detail hares' interactions with humans, in agriculture, habitat management, shooting and hunting, as well as in more culinary matters, and reveals why this almost mythical animal of hill and meadow is so sensitive to the changes we make to age-old farming landscapes.

  • - By Nancy Jennings
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Paperback
128 pages
ISBN 978-1472933645
Product Dimensions 14.8 x 1.1 x 21 cm
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