The Atlas of Birds
Mapping Avian Diversity, Behaviour and Habitats Worldwide
This comprehensive reference book provides a timely insight into the conservation status of birds around the world, with full-colour maps showing where birds are found, where and why they are most under threat and what is being done to protect them. Maps and diagrams also chart the amazing phenomenon of bird migration and explain bird classification. The Atlas is illustrated with photographs and artworks and its authoritative text uses the latest data and case studies.
National Birds of the World
From Angola's Red-Crested Turaco to Zimbabwe's African Fish-Eagle, more than 90 avian species have been adopted as official symbols of national identity. Each bird is pictured and described in this comprehensive guide, which features data such as size, diet and habitat alongside an explanation of reasons for the bird's use as a national emblem, information on its conservation status and examples of its prevalence in the stamps, coats of arms and wider culture of its country. Foreword by Chris Packham.
Queen Elizabeth II
From bridesmaid to great-grandmother, this selection of photographs from the Press Association archives presents scenes from the life of possibly the most photographed woman in the world: Queen Elizabeth II. The photographs span a period of 80 years, from 1931 to 2011, and are mostly informal, whether Her Majesty is trooping the colour or the corgis. 20 snap out postcards.