• Twitter
  • Facebook
Theme
Currency
Log-in | Register | My Basket : arrow

Your shopping basket is currently empty.

0 items - 0.00
Our Publications

The Pemberley Bookshop

Our Shop

Why not come and peruse our comprehensive range of natural history titles at our well stocked bookshop, where you can also receive our expert advice. Click here for details of our shop.

Bat Roosts in Trees: A Guide to Identification and Assessment for Tree-Care and Ecology Professionals

by Bat Tree Habitat Key

  • Paperback £39.95
  • New Book Availability : Usually available within 5 day(s)
  • Add to wishlist
  • Catalogue No : 36373
  • ISBN : 9781784271619
  • Published : 2018
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Pages : 264

Our customers have not yet submitted a review for this title - click here to be the first to write a review

Description:

This is a guide to finding tree-roosts. It is the result of the collaborative efforts of professional surveyors and amateur naturalists across Europe as part of the Bat Tree Habitat Key project, and represents a combination of firsts:

It is the first time legislation and planning policy have been reviewed and put to practical use to define an analysis framework with clearly identifiable thresholds for action. Yet, despite its efficacy in a professional context, it is also the first time a guide has been produced that is equally effective in achieving its objective for amateurs.

It is the first time such a method has been evidence-supported throughout, with summary reviews of each aspect of the roosting ecology of the individual 14 tree-roosting species, with illustrative photographs and data to which the reader has open access.

It is the first time a repeatable analysis framework has been defined against which the surveyor may compare their results at every stage, from the desk-study, through ground-truthing, survey and analysis, thereby ensuring nothing is overlooked and that every result can be objectively compared. The survey and analysis framework itself is ground-breaking in that it may readily be adapted for any taxa; from moths, through amphibians, reptiles, birds and all other mammals.

Used diligently, these methods will reward disproportionately and imbue the reader with renewed confidence as they quickly progress from beginner to competency. Thus, Bat Roosts in Trees is for everyone who has ever wanted to find a tree-roost, or to safeguard against inadvertently damaging one.

You may also like...

Adult Caddis (Trichoptera) of Britain and Ireland: a practical guide

Adult Caddis (Trichoptera) of Britain and Ireland: a practical guide

Wallace, I.; Flint, S.; Flint, P.

Price £20.00

All the Mammals of the World

All the Mammals of the World

Llobet, T. et al

Price £79.99

(Save £5.01)

The Hazel Dormouse. Muscardinius avellanarius

The Hazel Dormouse. Muscardinius avellanarius

Juskaitis, R.; Buechner, S.

Price £32.95

Stoat, Weasels, Marten & Polecats (New Naturalist 149)

Stoat, Weasels, Marten & Polecats (New Naturalist 149)

MacPherson, J.

Price £46.50

(Save £18.50)

Europe's Sea Mammals Including the Azores, Madeira, the Canary Islands and Cape Verde: A Field Guide to the Whales, Dolphins, Porpoises and Seals

Europe's Sea Mammals Including the Azores, Madeira, the Canary Islands and Cape

Still, R.; Harrop, H.; Stenton, T.; Dias, L.

Price £14.99

(Save £7.01)

Mammals of the South-west Pacific

Mammals of the South-west Pacific

Lavery, T.; Flannery, T.

Price £115.00

Subscribe to our mailing list More details about our mailing list arrow