Atlas of the Mammals of Great Britain and Northern Ireland


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Atlas of the Mammals of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Editors: Frazer Coomber, Derek Crawley, Peter Evans, Colin Harrower, Laura Kubasiewicz, Mammal Society, Fiona Matthews, Bethany Smith, James Waggitt Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Pelagic Publishing Pages: 204 Illustrations and other contents: 2 Tables, black and white; 89 Maps; 107 Illustrations, color Language: English ISBN: 9781784272043 Categories: , , , , Tag:

The Atlas of Mammals in Great Britain and Northern Ireland provides the most up-to-date distributions of both terrestrial and marine species. It uses more than 1.5 million mammal occurrence records that have been collated from all available sources for the period of 2000 to 2016. Differences between this time period and historical comparison periods are shown, so that assessments of changes in distributions can be made. Fully illustrated with photographs, detailed high-resolution distribution maps are provided for 89 species, together with descriptions of their ecology and identification, and graphs showing the seasonal distribution of records. In addition, information is presented for 10 vagrant and 2 feral species. The Atlas will be an invaluable source of information to mammal enthusiasts, professional ecologists, and policy makers alike.

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Author Biography

The Mammal Society's mission is to achieve the effective conservation of the mammals of the UK. The restoration of thriving mammal communities not only contributes to more sustainable ecosystems but engages people with the natural environment. Established in 1954, we provide a national voice for mammal conservation and advise policy makers, practitioners and wildlife enthusiasts - many of whom have been responsible for collecting the information presented in this Atlas. Unlike many charitable organisations monitoring British wildlife, the Mammal Society receives no central government funding for our core work. Our activities to halt the decline of threatened species, monitor their conservation status, raise awareness of mammal conservation issues and advise on issues affecting British mammals, depend entirely on the generosity of our supporters.