Tiere

Wir alle lieben Tiere und ihre ganz eigene Persönlichkeit. Viele von uns haben Haustiere, von Katzen, Hunden und Vögeln bis hin zu Spinnen, Schlangen und Eidechsen. Sie bringen uns Freude im Alltag und erinnern uns daran, dass es jemanden gibt, der uns sowieso liebt. Der perfekte Abend ist, wenn Ihr Haustier auf Sie zuläuft, wenn Sie nach einem langen Tag nach Hause kommen. Diese Fähigkeit, die warme Liebe zu spüren, etwas völlig Unschuldiges zu lieben. Aber Tiere sind nicht nur Haustiere, wir haben einen Planeten voller Leben und es gibt viele verschiedene Tierarten. Seltene oder gefährdete Tiere sind ebenfalls besondere Phänomene. Tauchen Sie ein in unsere riesige Auswahl an Büchern über Tiere!
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  • von Fritz Kredel
    10,00 €

    Erstmals erschien der vorliegende Band 1935. Die farbigen Bilder von Fritz Kredel zeigen die jeweiligen Vögel bei ihrem kunstvollen Nestbau: Zaunkönig, Rotkehlchen, Weidenlaubsänger, Schwanzmeise, Goldhähnchen, Samtköpfchen, Gartengrasmücke, Sumpfrohrsänger und viele mehr. So vielfältig die Vogelgestalten, so verschiedenartig sind auch die Formen der Nester, die gebaut und hier gezeigt werden.

  • von Dav Pilkey
    10,95 €

    Heule vor Lachen mit dem Mega-Bestseller aus Amerika mit mehr als 25 Millionen verkauften Exemplaren!Es gibt einen neuen Superhelden in der Stadt. Dog Man ist halb Hund, halb Mensch und voller Tatendrang! Kein Bösewicht ist nun mehr sicher. Wird er Petey, die fieseste Katze der Welt überlisten können? Mach dich bereit für Spannung und jede Menge Lacher!- So lustig und spannend kann Lesen sein. - Millionen begeisterter Kinder feiern die Abenteuer des kleinen Superhelden.- Farbige Illustrationen auf jeder Seite.- Neuer Comic-Trend, der sogar Lesemuffel motiviert.- Der Autor Dav Pilkey ist einer der meistegelesenen Autoren weltweit bei Lesern im Grundschulalter.

  • von Lars Gejl
    39,90 €

    Von einem der renommiertesten Naturfotografen: alle europäischen Greifvogelarten im Porträt.Über 500 Fotos, präzise Artenbeschreibungen, Gefiederkleider, Silhouetten, QR-Codes zu den Vogelstimmen und VergleichstafelnGreifvögel üben eine besondere Faszination auf uns aus - ihr stolzer Blick, die eleganten Flugsilhouetten, die eindrücklichen Erscheinungen mit den scharf bekrallten Füssen, mit welchen die Vögel ihre Beute greifen, zeichnen diese Artgruppe aus.«Europas Greifvögel» porträtiert alle in Europa brütenden Greifvögel. Mit über 520 attraktiven Fotografien bietet dieses Bildhandbuch Bestimmungshilfen und gleichzeitig Informationen zu den einzelnen Arten. Die Artenbeschreibungen liefern Informationen zu Vorkommen und Verbreitung, zur Brutbiologie und Übersichtsseiten mit den Gefiederkleidern. Silhouetten der Arten erleichtern das Bestimmen. QR-Codes, die mit dem Smartphone gescannt werden können, führen zu Tonaufnahmen der einzelnen Art.Besonders hilfreich sind die Vergleichstafeln, welche Verwechslungsarten nebeneinander im Flug darstellen, damit sie schnell und sicher identifiziert werden können.

  • von Sigrid Tinz
    19,90 €

    Igel schützen, Bienen helfen, Vögel füttern: Projekte zum Schutz bedrohter Arten sind beliebt. Aber sie reichen nicht aus, um die Biodiversität zu erhalten. Ohne Blattläuse werden Vogelküken nicht satt, ohne Springschwänze und Asseln entsteht kein Humus, ohne fruchtbaren Boden gibt es keine Blüten für die Bienen. Mit ihrem Buch macht Sigrid Tinz deutlich, warum auch die unscheinbaren, unbeliebten und unbekannten Arten im großen Netzwerk der Natur so wichtig sind. Dazu nimmt die Geoökologin verschiedene Lebensräume im Garten und in der Landschaft genauer unter die Lupe und beschreibt unterhaltsam und fundiert, wie wichtig die einzelnen Akteure der Nahrungsnetze und ihre komplexen Beziehungsgeflechte sind. Gartenboden, Blumenbeet, Wiese oder Mauer werden so zu Schauplätzen des Fressens und Gefressenwerdens. Im Vergleich zu den spektakulären Nahrungsnetzen der ostafrikanischen Savanne oder des arktischen Meeres ist vor unserer Haustür alles ein bisschen kleiner und unspektakulärer, bei genauer Betrachtung aber genauso spannend und schützenswert.Mit diesem Buch wächst das Verständnis für die Bedeutung der vielfältigen Beziehungen innerhalb der Ökosysteme - vor allem für uns Menschen.

  • von Susan Ogilvy
    19,00 €

    An exquisitely illustrated, one-of-a-kind celebration of the hidden beauty of nature and the ingenuity of birds Susan Ogilvy started painting bird nests almost by accident. One day, while tidying up her garden after a storm, she found a chaffinch nest - a strange, sodden lump on the grass under a fir tree. She carried it inside and placed it on a newspaper; over the next few hours, as the water drained out of it, the sodden lump blossomed into a mossy jewel. She was amazed, and dropped everything to make a painting of the nest at exact life size.This was the start of an obsession; Ogilvy has since painted more than fifty bird nests from life, each time marvelling at its ingenious construction. Every species of bird has its own vernacular, but sources its materials - most commonly twigs, roots, grasses, reeds, leaves, moss, lichen, hair, feathers and cobwebs, less usually, mattress stuffing and string - according to local availability. Ogilvy would, of course, never disturb nesting birds; instead she relies upon serendipity, which is why all her nests have either been abandoned after fulfilling their purpose, or displaced by strong winds.Although Nests showcases the specimens she has found near her homes in Somerset and on the Isle of Arran, its subject matter is by no means only British, since these same birds can be found all over Europe, Scandinavia and as far afield as Russia, Turkey and North Africa. This wondrous book is all the more special for its rarity. Few modern books exist specifically on the subject of bird nests; the most recent among the author's reference works was published in 1932. Exquisitely designed and packaged, Nests will be an essential addition to the libraries of all nature lovers.

  • von Jenny Broom
    19,00 €

    Discover more than 160 exhibits in this virtual museum, open all hours.

  • - A New Science Blueprint for Raising Healthy and Happy Canine Companions
    von Rodney Habib & Karen Shaw Becker
    17,00 €

    In this pathbreaking guide, two of the world's most popular and trusted pet-care advocates reveal new science to teach us how to delay ageing and provide a long, happy, healthy life for our canine companions.

  • - Vejen til en trofast familiehund
    von Jonas Labied & Birgitte Labied
    18,00 €

    Vil du have en glad og samtidig velopdragen hund? Så er denne bog noget for dig. Bogen beskriver en række enkle øvelser, som du selv kan lave med din hund. Lær hunden at komme, når du kalder, sætte sig på kommando og andre nyttige ting. Træningen foregår på en sjov og hyggelig måde, hvor hele familien kan være med. Du får også forslag til sjove lege og gode råd om, hvordan hunden bliver rolig og harmonisk. Bogen er illustreret med mange farvebilleder.

  • - or Gardening to Save the Planet
    von Dave Goulson
    11,00 €

  • - A World in the Making
    von Thomas Halliday
    17,00 €

  • von Lars Svensson
    19,00 €

    Following on from its hugely successful launch in 1999, Collins Bird Guide - the ultimate reference book for bird enthusiasts - now enters its second edition.

  • - The Groundbreaking Story of the World's First Talking Dog
    von Christina Hunger
    11,00 €

    A speech therapist's memoir of her groundbreaking work in communicating with dogs

  • von Andy Swash
    28,00 €

    The most comprehensive single-volume photographic guide to Europe's birds ever produced-from the authors of the acclaimed Britain's BirdsCovering more than 900 species, and illustrated with 4,700 photographs, Europe's Birds is the most comprehensive, authoritative and ambitious single-volume photographic guide to Europe's birds ever produced. Easy-to-use, practical and accessible, this guide provides the information necessary for birdwatchers of all abilities to name any bird they see. Detailed descriptions cover the birds in all their plumages-male, female, breeding, non-breeding, adult and immatures, as well as distinctive subspecies. The clear text covers all aspects of identification, including moult and vocalizations, and provides details on range, status and habitat. An unrivalled selection of photographs, chosen to be as informative as possible, makes this a beautiful book to enjoy, as well as an up-to-date and essential source of identification knowledge.Europe's Birds is produced by the same team that created Britain's Birds, which has been described as "e;without doubt the best photo guide on the market"e; (Andy Stoddart, Rare Bird Alert). The authors include top-class wildlife photographers, writers and editors, and an imaginative, highly skilled designer. All are experienced birdwatchers themselves, who know what is needed in an identification guide for birdwatchers living or travelling in Europe.Illustrates all 928 species recorded in Europe, including established introductionsFeatures 4,700 stunning photographs showing the birds as you really see themFocuses on identification, covering all plumages and subspeciesProvides detailed comparison of similar and difficult speciesIncludes details of moult, vocalizations, status and favoured habitatsContains 540 maps, prepared in association with BirdLife International

  • - How one man and his cat found hope on the streets
    von James Bowen
    12,00 €

    The original bestseller and heartwarming story of the life-saving friendship between a man and his streetwise cat'[Bob] has entranced London like no feline since the days of Dick Whittington.' (Evening Standard)'A heartwarming tale with a message of hope' (Daily Mail)'Reminded me how amazing having a cat can be' (Glamour)* * * * * * * *The uplifting true story of an unlikely friendship between a man on the streets of Covent Garden and the ginger cat who adopts him and helps him heal his life. Now a major motion picture starring Luke Treadaway.When James Bowen found an injured, ginger street cat curled up in the hallway of his sheltered accommodation, he had no idea just how much his life was about to change. James was living hand to mouth on the streets of London and the last thing he needed was a pet.Yet James couldn't resist helping the strikingly intelligent tom cat, whom he quickly christened Bob. He slowly nursed Bob back to health and then sent the cat on his way, imagining he would never see him again. But Bob had other ideas.Soon the two were inseparable and their diverse, comic and occasionally dangerous adventures would transform both their lives, slowly healing the scars of each other's troubled pasts.A Street Cat Named Bob is a moving and uplifting story that will touch the heart of anyone who reads it.IF you love A Street Cat Named Bob, don't miss The Little Book of Bob, the new book from James and Bob.

  • - The definitive visual guide to prehistoric animals
    von Dk
    23,00 €

    Extensive information on the prehistoric era and the dinosaurs, other animals, plants, fungi and microbes which populated the Earth in this period.

  • - Inside their Secret World
    von Dk
    31,00 €

    Chris Packham is a top television naturalist and an award-winning conservationist, photographer, and author. From the moment he could crawl, he was fascinated by wildlife and as he grew, so too did his menagerie and knowledge. As a young scientist, he studied kestrels, shrews, and badgers, both in his teens and undergraduate days at the zoology department of Southampton University. His TV career began with the award-winning Really Wild Show. His more recent BBC series include the critically acclaimed global series Secrets of our Living Planet, and he is co-presenter of the BBC's Springwatch, Autumnwatch, and Winterwatch. His 2017 memoir Fingers in the Sparkle Jar is a no.1 Sunday Times bestseller.

  • - A Practical Guide to Creating a Paradise for Pollinators
    von Dave Goulson
    17,00 €

  • - A Surprising Exploration Into the Wonder of Consciousness
    von Sy Montgomery
    10,00 €

    A profoundly moving exploration of the intelligence and personality of one of the world's most mysterious, beguiling creatures

  • von Lucy Cooke
    15,00 €

  • von Dave Goulson
    15,00 €

  • - Choose the Perfect Dog For You
    von Dk
    17,00 €

    Choose the top dog for your familyFrom spaniels to sheepdogs, The Complete Dog Breed Guide will help you choose the perfect companion for your family. Fully illustrated and featuring over 400 of the world's best-loved breeds, this is the only breed guide you'll ever need.Q&A selector charts help you choose the right dog for your lifestyle plus expert guidance on caring for your dog, understanding its behaviour and training tips ensure that he'll soon becomes everyone's best friend.The Complete Dog Breed Guide is a one-stop manual to helping you become the owner of a happy, healthy, well-behaved dog.

  • - The Definitive Visual Guide
    von Dk
    31,00 €

    The definitive visual guide to dogsThe Dog Encyclopedia is the comprehensive compendium dedicated to all things canine. From Beethoven to Toto, dogs have been adored for their unswerving loyalty and companionship throughout history and this is the perfect celebration of man's best friend.This extensive catalogue of over 400 dog breeds, from Labradors to German shepherds and every pedigree in between, provides photographs and profiles detailing character, compatible owner traits, and breed-specific advice. You'll also find features on famous fictional dogs, canine heroes, and a fact-packed guide to canine evolution including sports and the jobs dogs have performed over the years. Expert advice on everything from exercise and feeding your pooch to grooming and puppy training is included, along with an invaluable section on care to help you quickly identify and deal with any dog health problems.Covering history, breeds, dog care, hound health and training, The Dog Encyclopedia is an indispensable owner's guide and reference for every soon-to-be dog whisperer.

  • von Christine Berrie & Andrew Polaszek
    20,00 €

    Follow up to the best-selling Bird Bingo, with specially commissioned illustrations from Christine Berrie

  • von James Stewart
    11,00 €

    a comic about dinosaurs navigating the complexities of life, togetherincluding exclusive, never-seen-before, bonus comicsa wistful, honest and highly relatable account of modern life.dinosaur therapy is a book of cartoons for grown-ups from the very successful web comic @dinosandcomics.in each comic, dinosaur characters grapple with questions around the meaning of life and mental health, trying to make sense of the world and cope with their own place in it.

  • von Phaidon Editors
    49,00 €

    Let your imagination take flight and celebrate the beauty and diversity of birds throughout art, science, history, and culture

  • von Scott Alexander & Jonny Keeling
    23,00 €

    With a foreword by Sir David Attenborough and over 250 breathtaking images, including stills from the BBC Natural History Unit's spectacular footage, Seven Worlds, One Planet is a stunning exploration of the planet, and the worlds within it, that we call home.

  • - Beauty, Obsession, and the Natural History Heist of the Century
    von Kirk Wallace Johnson
    11,00 €

    When he discovered that the thief evaded prison, and that half the birds were never recovered, Johnson embarked upon a years-long worldwide investigation which led him deep into the fiercely secretive underground community obsessed with the Victorian art of salmon fly-tying.

  • von Guadalupe Laiz
    80,00 €

    A showcase of unfettered nature and the animal kingdom at its finest, this gorgeous photography book presents approximately 300 lush colour images of the serene and spirited horses of Iceland in the rarefied, dramatic backdrop of their native landscape. Text in English, German and French.

  • von Dan Kainen & Carol Kaufmann
    21,00 €

    A new Photicular book that celebrates the amazing life at the North and South Poles in images. Carol Kaufmann takes the reader on a voyage to the Poles and writes a lively and informative essay for each image, including the animal's size, range, habitat, and other vital statistics.

  • - Freediving, Renegade Science and What the Ocean Tells Us About Ourselves
    von James Nestor
    12,00 €

    Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea meets Born to Run and the cutting edge of popular science.

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