Mike Unwin

Mike Unwin is a writer who specialises in natural history and conservation. In addition to The Atlas of Birds, he is the author of The Bradt Guide to Southern African Wildlife , 100 Bizarre Animals and the RSPB Introduction to Birdwatching. Among his numerous educational books for children are Climate Change , The RSPB Children’s Guide to Birdwatching and Endangered Species.

Books in order of publication:

Why Do Tigers Have Stripes? – 1993

Science With Plants – 1993

Endangered Species – 2000

What Makes You Ill? – 2002

Peregrine Falcon – 2004

My First Book of Garden Birds – 2006

My First Book of Garden Wildlife – 2008

My First Book Of Garden Bugs – 2009

The Atlas of Birds: Diversity, Behavior, and Conservation – 2011

Southern African Wildlife – 2011

Swaziland – 2013

Bird Encyclopedia – 2014

My First Book of Baby Animals – 2014

RSPB Spotlight: Foxes – 2015

My First Book of Dinosaurs – 2015

A Parliament of Owls – 2016

A Parliament of Owls – 2016

RSPB Spotlight: Eagles – 2016

The Enigma of the Owl: An Illustrated Natural History – 2017

Migration: Incredible Animal Journeys – 2018

The Empire of the Eagle: An Illustrated Natural History – 2018

RSPB Spotlight Swifts and Swallows – 2018

Ocean Bingo – 2018

Birds: Explore, create, and investigate! – 2019

Tales of Amazing Animal Heroes: With an introduction from Michael Morpurgo – 2019

100 Bizarre Animals – 2020

Flights of Passage: An Illustrated Natural History of Bird Migration – 2020

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