Seen indoors in the sense that they were extracted from a barn owl pellet which was found indoors.
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sorry for the delay in agreeing found my book and yes your spot on with both lot's of teeth.I is an old book by M.J.Lawrence and R.W.Brown which also show's their tracks,trails and signs.
Thanks for the agreement Fenwickfield. Can I ask where you found information which allowed you to agree?
Ah - sorry. We were typing at the same time!!
It is great book with black and white drawning of every part of each British mammal also has a very large section on what can be found in pellets and who's they are,not everyone's type of reading material but I find it fascinating.I got my book from ABE books on the net second hand hardback think it was about £6 about 10 years ago.
I have two copies of this book. We have an Oxfam shop which is unusually well stocked with natural history books and I can't not buy books like this when I see them! However, its not one I have used much until now. Leafing through it now - I don't think it will be left gathering dust any more. Thanks a lot!
Your's has the dust cover too like mine,I too have found some good natural history book's in charity shop's and also can never resist buying them.There is a excellent second hand book shop in Alnwick Northumberland it is that big you could spend all day in it.
I've heard that before. I've also heard they do 'trade-ins' on spare and surplus books. I really must make the trip over there at some point.
they give decent money for natural history ,art,crafts ect.I have bought lot's of books from charity shops (old observer books) took them there and got a credit note for £50 and they probably only cost me £20 there open till late at night too,you could take your spare Mammals one bet you would get £5 for that but remember to rub out the price you paid.
good luck with getting there.
forgot to say you can only take two carrier bags of books at a time,just in case you take a car boot full.
Thanks for the book recommendation, looks good, just picked a paperback up on ebay.
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pleased to have been of help Roger I take mine with me when out as the illustrations of foot prints,bones ect are so useful when comparing them in the field.It would be nice to see what you think of it when it arrives.
when it comes to mammals and in the local reserve we only have Fox and small rodents, good mouse/vole/shrew ID points will be most useful.
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