The Box Hill Book of Bats by Frank Greenaway
At the time of writing this book, Frank Greenaway was running the scientific section of the photographic department at the Natural History Museum. He has been studying the bats at Westhumble Cave since 1980 and has been instrumental in the development of this site which has become an important habitat for many bat species. Britain has 16 breeding species of bat, eleven of these breed locally.
The book, illustrated throughout with Frank’s stunning colour photographs, shows how these fascinating creatures behave in their environment and the best ways of observing their presence and conserving them.