RSPB Nature Watch

How to discover, explore and enjoy wildlife
Bloomsbury Natural History (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 11. August 2016
  • |
  • 224 Seiten
E-Book | PDF mit Adobe DRM | Systemvoraussetzungen
978-1-4729-3231-0 (ISBN)
Whether you're just starting out or a seasoned wildlife watcher, this
book will help you to broaden your enjoyment of your hobby and explore wildlife in a range of different habitats and environments.

You'll learn a host of
techniques including observing without disturbing, different ways of recording what you see, including note-taking, sketching and photography, filming and sound recording, as well as how to organise and report what you've seen.

Finally, there's plenty of information on how you can
give something back to the natural environment through safeguarding your local area's wildlife and involvement with conservation.
  • Englisch
  • London
  • |
  • Großbritannien
Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
  • 108,88 MB
978-1-4729-3231-0 (9781472932310)
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Marianne Taylor is a birdwatcher, dragonfly-finder and mammal-seeker from Kent, England. She has written many books on wildlife; her titles include British Birds of Prey and NatureWatch for the RSPB, while her narrative works include Dragonflight and Way of the Hare, a Times Book of the Year 2017.
  • Cover
  • Half-title
  • Copyright
  • Title
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Watching and Learning
  • How to use this Book
  • 1 Places
  • Wildlife is everywhere!
  • Wild about town
  • Parklife
  • Woody Wonderland
  • Down on the farm
  • Heathland to mountain
  • Go with the flow
  • Lakeland
  • Marsh and estuary
  • By the sea
  • Natural havens
  • Further afield
  • 2 Meet the Wildlife
  • The art of fieldcraft
  • Keeping a low profile
  • The eyes have it
  • Beyond vision
  • Keep on track
  • In hiding
  • The wildlife calendar
  • Clock-watching
  • Rain or shine
  • Setting targets
  • Making the most of it
  • Too close for comfort
  • The great indoors
  • 3 Kitted Out
  • Best dressed
  • Paperwork
  • Taking the bins out
  • Scope for improvement
  • Catching cameras
  • Spreading the load
  • Sweating the small stuff
  • Technical details
  • Specialist stuff
  • 4 Identity Parade
  • Why id?
  • Taking the evidence
  • Time and place
  • Bird identification
  • Mammal identification
  • Reptiles and amphibians
  • Water life
  • Butterflies, moths and dragons and damsels
  • More mini beasts
  • Flower identification
  • Trees and shrubs
  • Simple plants and fungi
  • 5 Getting Arty
  • Why you should draw
  • Mammals, reptiles and amphibians
  • Birds
  • Insects and other invertebrates
  • Plants and fungi
  • From sKetcher to artist
  • Drawing materials
  • Painting materials
  • Drawing from life
  • Painting and drawing from photos
  • Drawing techniques
  • Painting techniques
  • 6 Picture this
  • Choosing a camera
  • Sorting out the jargon
  • The basic compact
  • Dslr Cameras
  • Choosing Dslr lenses
  • Keeping it stable
  • The extras
  • Compose yourself
  • Breaking the rules
  • Setting the scene
  • Digital enhancements
  • Video Cameras
  • Making movies
  • 7 Bringing it Together
  • Note to yourself
  • Record collection
  • Storing photos and videos
  • Going online
  • A website of your own
  • Crafty ideas
  • Moneymakers
  • 8 An Active Role
  • Hands on
  • Feeding garden birds
  • Feeding other garden wildlife
  • Nestbox Know-how
  • Other wildlife homes
  • Gardening for wildlife
  • Fringe benefits
  • Beyond the garden
  • Moth traps
  • Studying small animals
  • Raising caterpillars
  • Talk to the animals
  • 9 Giving Something Back
  • Amateur power
  • Joined-up thinking
  • Counting birds
  • Spotting a rarity
  • Surveying the scene
  • Going it alone
  • Square dancing
  • Your local reserve
  • Volunteering further afield
  • Conservation careers
  • Other wildlife work
  • Your Conduct and the Law
  • Further Reading
  • Useful Addresses
  • Index
  • Acknowledgements
  • Photo Credits

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