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'A call to arms for everyone' Steve Backshall

We're so excited to support friend of the Hawk Conservancy Trust Megan McCubbin in the release of her brand new book - An Atlas of Endangered Species

The diversity of life on earth is astounding, with each species perfectly adapted to its environment. Sharks can navigate the ocean using electromagnetic fields; sloths use algae as camouflage; albatross can fly for hours without beating their wings; and orca pods each have unique cultures and languages.

But every hour, three species disappear.

Our incredible world is at risk.

Megan McCubbin reveals the stories of the scientists, rangers and conservationists who are fighting to save these extraordinary creatures from extinction, including our very own Head of Conservation, Research and Education Dr Campbell Murn and his work to conserve White-headed Vultures! An Atlas of Endangered Species shows us that the battle is on for their survival - and we all have a part to play.

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