This is the essential illustrated guide for children and adults alike. Over twenty species of mammals make use of the green spaces and the brick and timber habitats of our towns and cities - from bats and wood mice, to muntjac and badgers - and when we take the time to look, it can be surprising who we find our wild neighbours to be.
Wherever you live, wildlife will move in alongside, unbothered by definitions of ‘built’ or ‘natural’ landscapes, but many accounts of urban wildlife only give passing mention to mammals. It can be surprising what we can see without even leaving our gardens, local streets and parks.
Twenty-two species are described in detail.