Pulitzer Prize finalist and ornithologist Scott Weidensaul is at the cutting-edge of research into bird migration. This landmark work of nature writing sees him embark on a global journey to track the remarkable flights undertaken by birds around the world, from the storm-wracked waters of the Bering Sea to the Mediterranean and India, where a migratory crisis has been turned into an unprecedented conservation success. As the effects of climate change become increasingly evident, this is the rousing and reverent story of the billions of birds and their extraordinary migrations that may provide an invaluable guide to creating a more sustainable future for ourselves.
Hardback, 400 pages.
Measures 16.2 x 4.2 x 24.1 cm.
Did you know that wombats poo in cubes? Which animal does sparkly poo? In this fun and slightly irreverent game kids can match twenty-seven animals to their droppings while satisfying their endless fascination for poo. Also comes with a booklet full of fun poo facts! Box...
A cute collection of seemingly innocent birds that all have rather foul names. So if you are a twitcher that will titter over a Tufted Titmouse then this is the perfect mug for you! Boxed ceramic Mug.12cm tall.
A vintage French textbook design featuring beautiful songbirds. Printed on Cavallini's signature Italian archival paper, this fine gift wrap is good enough to be hung on the wall, or used in a variety of crafts. To transform this image into a vintage chart, add one...
Discover everything you ever wanted to know about poo! Featuring 24 animals and their uniquely-shaped droppings, this is the bingo game we have all been waiting for. Kids will delight in discovering that wombats poo in cubes and that penguins poo in squirts (in different...