by Jill Mason
A complete natural history
There is something special about a hare.
Many who have fallen under the spell of this elusive, beautiful and contradictory creature have longed to know more about its secretive life.
But few researchers have had the patience and skill to untangle fact from fiction, to reveal the surprising evidence about this truly wild animal. And few photographers have managed to capture so many rare images of the hare on camera.
Jill Mason presents a lively account of the natural history of the hare, covering its behaviour throughout the seasons, its courtship and breeding, its favoured habitats and worldwide distribution, its remarkable survival techniques, its predators and its hunters.
The superstitions and folklore which surround the hare are explored; and the latest scientific findings and conservation initiatives are clearly reported for the general reader.
A total of 230 stunning colour photographs, by talented wildlife photographer David Mason, include pictures of hare behaviour never caught on camera before.
217 Colour photographs, 7 Colour illustrations, 3 Black & white photographs, 3 Black & white illustrations
Fri, Mar 01, 2019