Britain's Mammals was published by Princeton University Press in 2016. Jon Dunn was the co-author, and contributing photographer.
Britain's Mammals is a comprehensive and beautifully designed photographic field guide to all the mammals recorded in the wild in Britain and Ireland in recent times—including marine mammals, bats and introduced species that have bred. The book features hundreds of stunning photographs and incorporates invaluable tips and suggestions to help you track down and identify even the most difficult species.
Britain's Mammals has been warmly received, and was one of The Guardian’s Best Nature Books of 2017, chosen by Stephen Moss:
"This lavishly illustrated guide crams in a huge amount of information in an accessible format. The stunning photos capture the charisma of our mammal species as well as key identification features and are likely to entice readers out into the field in order to try to catch a glimpse of these often elusive animals. . . . An invaluable guide to take out into the field and also a pleasure to peruse at home."--Philip Briggs, Bat Conservation Trust
"The winning WILDGuide formula continues throughout this wide‐ranging and attractively designed field guide that follows in the major footsteps of Britain's Birds. . . . Britain’s Mammals is a book for simple enjoyment as well as for learning and I heartily recommend it."--Phil Slade, Another Bird Blog
"Watching mammals is always a thrill and this new book will help. . . . The team at WILDGuides have produced another excellent field guide, hot on the heels of Britain's Birds, with Britain's Mammals well worth a place on your bookshelf or in your rucksack as you head out to explore the countryside."--The Biggest Twitch
"This book should hardly hit the book case and be in constant use."--John Miles, Chick Books