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  • Urban Wildlife
    Urban Wildlife by Shirley

    Describes what wildlife you may find in a town & how to encourage it. B/w illustrations 128pp 1996 Whittet

    Paperback £7.99 Buy Now
  • Where the Sea Breaks its Back: The Epic Story of Early Naturalist Georg Steller and the Russian Exploration of Alaska
    Where the Sea Breaks its Back: The Epic… by Corey Ford

    The remarkable life story of Georg Wilhelm Steller (1709 - 1742) the first naturalist to document the unique wildlife of the Alaskan coast. It is also the account of Vitus Bering's tragic last voyage across the uncharted North Pacific to the edge of the Arctic Ocean " where the sea breaks its back" according to old Aleutian folklore. Steller was on the ill-fated brig St Peter with Bering and his crew and suffered with them on that tragic voyage. Black and white drawings, map, 1995

    Paperback £13.95 Buy Now
  • Gardening for Birdwatchers
    Gardening for Birdwatchers by Mike Toms et al.

    This important title brings together the expertise of garden designers Ian and Barley Wilson with that of the British Trust for Ornithology to produce the definitive guide for improving your garden for birds and other wildlife. The well-illustrated text, complete with planting plans, gets to grips with the techniques that underpin successful wildlife-gardening.

    Paperback £9.99 Buy Now
  • Mediterranean Wildlife (Collins Complete Guide)
    Mediterranean Wildlife (Collins… by Paul Sterry

    Describes and illustrates 1500 species commonly found in Europe's most popular holiday area. Covers coastal areas from Cyprus in the east to Spain in the West also includes Portugal and the Algarve and species found in mountain foothills and animals likely to be seen whilst snorkelling. Colour photographs, 384pp. 2000

    Paperback £24.99 Buy Now
  • Antarctica: A Guide to the Wildlife (Bradt)
    Antarctica: A Guide to the Wildlife… by Tony Soper

    Surveys the plants, fish, birds and mammals which inhabit this inhospitable wilderness in vast numbers. Backed up by details of further reading, a full glossary and a discussion on tourism in Antarctica. Colour and b/w illustrations, maps, 144pp, 5th edition 2008

    Paperback £15.99 Buy Now
  • Island Hopping in Tasmania's Roaring Forties
    Island Hopping in Tasmania's Roaring… by Mary E Gillham

    The Story of an English Naturalist who spent three summers (1958-1960) on the Bass Strait and other small islands around Tasmania helping with research into the viability of the Mutton Bird (short-tailed shearwaters) Industry. Encounters with wildlife, both on and offshore, are described, with emphasis on the sea birds. The main regions have been revisited in the late 1980's and early 1990,s and changes recorded. Illustrated, 516pp. 2000

    Paperback £20.00 Buy Now
  • Vanishing Wildlife: A Sound Guide to Britain's Endangered Species
    Vanishing Wildlife: A Sound Guide to… by Richard Ranft

    Recordings of some of the most elusive birds, mammals, insects and frogs in Britain. Among the 31 species featured are some that have always been scarce, others that have declined in numbers due to changes in habitat and a precious few that have already become extinct. Duration: 73 mins, 2006

    CD £9.99 Buy Now
  • Logbook of the Farallones
    Logbook of the Farallones by Michael Whitt

    The author cruised the Gulf of the Farallones during a two year period in the 1970s & has chronicled his wildlife experiences in this book. His boat "Angelina" the seabirds marine mammals rocks & the sea are the main characters in the story with just a few humans included. The book contains b/w photographs and illustrations by British artist Frederick J. Watson. 119pp 1998

    Paperback £13.00 Buy Now
  • Natural Puerto Rico/Puerto Rico Natural
    Natural Puerto Rico/Puerto Rico Natural by Alfonso Silva Lee

    The island of Puerto Rico is home to a huge variety of reptiles amphibians insects plants birds & other animals many of them living no where else in the world. This book introduces the reader to this diverse wildlife world & is illustrated with beautiful photographs. Text in English & Spanish. 75 colour photographs 128pp 1998

    Paperback £19.99 Buy Now
  • Natural History of the Islands of California
    Natural History of the Islands of… by Allan A. Schoenherr et al.

    This comprehensive book discusses both the human & the natural history of the islands including all eight Channel Islands Ano Nuevo the Farallons & the islands of San Francisco Bay. Starting with the formation of the islands the authors go on to discuss the history of human habitation & then provide a thorough introduction to the marine & terrestrial biotas. They discuss past damage & current threats to the island ecosystems including the problems caused by the introduction of non-native plants & animals. The book is also useful as a visitor guide the first chapter giving access details for each island. Colour & b/w photographs line drawings maps 408pp 1999

    Hardback £35.00 Buy Now
  • Wild Argyll: A Film by Bob Grove on Argyll's Natural History
    Wild Argyll: A Film by Bob Grove on… by Bob Grove

    This DVD Video captures the essence of Argyll's wild places. Evoking memories of past occasions or as a planner for future visits. Relax and enjoy the wildlife that this diverse area of the Highlands and Islands has to offer, from birds to bees, animals to wildflowers and dragonflies to butterflies. Duration: 45 mins

    DVD £10.00 Buy Now
  • Guide to Garden Wildlife
    Guide to Garden Wildlife -

    Detailed descriptions and information on the life history, behaviour and occurrence of the extraordinary variety of wildlife that can be found in gardens. General introduction to the ecology of the garden and its species as well as the latest thinking on improving gardens for wildlife.

    Paperback £12.95 Buy Now
  • Breaking Ice
    Breaking Ice by Jan Vermeer

    Documents the expansive polar regions of the earth. Dutch photographer Jan Vermeer, with a great deal of patience and a stong feeling for contrast, has captured the macro and micro facets of nature to make the public conscious of natures beauty and the fact that we need to treat it with care. Colour photographs, 192pp. 2010

    Paperback £30.00 Buy Now
  • Traveller's Guide to the Parks & Reserves of Western Australia
    Traveller's Guide to the Parks &… by Simon Nevill

    A guide to all the main national parks and reserves to be found in Western Australia. Divided in to 9 geographic regions: Perth, South West, South Coast, Wheatbelt, Goldfields, Nullabor, Mid West, Pilbara and Kimberley. Describes each park in general terms but includes a description of various wildlife that can be found there. Colour photographs, 2006

    Paperback £24.99 Buy Now
  • Limerick Nature Walks
    Limerick Nature Walks by Geoff Hunt

    Detailed maps and nature notes on 35 nature walks. Also includes the first county bird report, butterfly report and dragonfly report. Colour photographs, 160pp. 2006

    Paperback £19.95 Buy Now
  • Nomads of the Serengeti
    Nomads of the Serengeti by Robyn Stewart

    A lavish photographic book which captures the beauty and scope of the landscape and wildlife of this extraordinary place. Profiles the grazing patterns and social structure of the area's diverse animal populations, with particular emphasis on the large scale herd migration that has shaped this region and the continent of which it is a part. Colour photographs, 176pp. 2002

    Hardback £19.99 Buy Now
  • Hunters of Longtree: A Cotswold Tale
    Hunters of Longtree: A Cotswold Tale by David Walker

    Written in the tradition of Gilbert White. It is centred on the lives of predators such as stoats and weasels, foxes, badgers, otters, bats and birds of prey and is set in the South Cotswolds at the start of the 1950s in a landscape as yet untouched by the ecological consequences of myxomstosis in the rabbit population. The main player is the stoat, through whose activities you are taken on a natural history tour of Longtree. 240pp, 2003

    Hardback £18.00 Buy Now
  • Nature Reserves in Worcestershire
    Nature Reserves in Worcestershire -

    Grid references and map with details of what you may see at each site. Black and White illustrations. 60pp. 2002 edition

    Paperback £2.50 Buy Now
  • Staffordshire Wildlife Trust Nature Reserve Guide
    Staffordshire Wildlife Trust Nature… -

    Provides information on best times to visit, parking, grid references and what you are likely to see. Ring bound,

    Paperback £5.99 Buy Now
  • British Isles: A Natural History
    British Isles: A Natural History by Alan Titchmarsh

    Chronicles the different periods in Britian's evolution, exploring everything from the geology and geography to the flora and fauna that make up the British Isles as we know them today. Colour photographs. 216pp. 2004

    Hardback £19.99 Buy Now
  • Scotland's Wildlife
    Scotland's Wildlife by Niall Benvie

    The unrivalled variety of the Scottish landscape provides habitats for a rich range of wildlife, including a number of species not found anywhere else in the British Isles. Illustrates 73 species with text focusing on the status of rare or endangered species, threatended habitats and the efforts that are being made to preserve them. Colour photographs, 144pp. 2004

    Hardback £16.99 Buy Now
  • In the Countryside
    In the Countryside by Moss Taylor

    The selection of articles included in this book have all appeared in the author's 'In the Countryside' feature of the Eastern Daily Press. Covers such diverse topica as bird migration, antifreeze in butterflies, why robins feature on Christmas cards and accounts of visits to many of his favourite places in East Anglia and abroad. Colour photographs, 119pp. 2003

    Paperback £9.95 Buy Now
  • Grey Daggers and Minotaurs in Greenwich Park: Memories of a London Schoolboy Naturalist in the 1940s25% OFF
    Grey Daggers and Minotaurs in Greenwich… by John F Burton

    This evocative book is based on the illustrated Natural History diaries that the author, John F. Burton, began writing in 1942 and has maintained ever since. It is the story of how one young South East London boy, amidst the war-time experience of the Battle of Britain and the onslaught of the Blitz and the V1 and V2 attacks on London, developed his nascent interest and fascination with birds, butterflies, beetles and other British wildlife species into a post-war professional life dedicated to ornithology and natural history. Many of his diary entries with accompanying drawings and photographs are reproduced in the book, and recall with immediacy and freshness his memories of those now-distant days and field trips. Although the 1940s are long gone this ageless book will pique the interest of all generations fascinated by wildlife. Illustration type: B/W illustrations, B/W photographs, 436pp. 2014

    Paperback £12.25 RRP: £16.50Buy Now
  • Guardian Book of the Countryside
    Guardian Book of the Countryside -

    A selection of pieces from the Guardian that reflect the changing face of rural Britain over the past 200 years. Includes subjects as varied as windfarms to city farms, mass trespasses and the rise of the rambler through to the creation of English vineyards and the return of the red kite. This poignant collection shows how the countryside adapts to everything we throw at it, yet still remains our most valuable and beautiful resource. B/w plates and line drawings, 310pp. 2008

    Hardback £14.99 Buy Now
  • Paradise on Earth
    Paradise on Earth by I.U.C.N.

    This wonderful book features over 100 World Heritage sites organised by Continent and all illustrated with over 400 outstanding colour photos. A summary of flora fauna & facilities for each site is included. Colour photos 336pp 1995

    Hardback £25.00 Buy Now
  • Nature Reserves of the Himalaya and the Mountains of Central Asia
    Nature Reserves of the Himalaya and the… by Michael J B Green

    A comprehensive account of each of the wildlife reserves in an area of outstanding interest to the naturalist, the enormous wilderness area encompassed by Central Asia & the Himalaya Range. Whilst published in 1993, the book still refers to the old USSR, but the various autonomous CIS countries such as Uzbekistan & Kazakstan are included. Also includes Afghanistan, Bhutan, Nepal, Pakistan, India, China & Myanmar (Burma). Each reserve account gives details of location, physical features, climate, vegetation, fauna, conservation value & management, visitor facilities etc. Colour photographs maps 471pp 1993 IUCN

    Paperback £26.95 Buy Now
  • A Directory of Wetlands in the Middle East
    A Directory of Wetlands in the Middle… by Derek A Scott

    A book intended to create awareness among decision makers & planners of the consequences of wetland loss & degradation. Describes principal wetlands in 13 countries with accounts of over 223 sites highlighting main features ownership degree of protection land use threats & conservation value. maps tables xvii + 560pp 1995

    Paperback £30.00 Buy Now
  • Incredible Journeys: Featuring the World's Greatest Animal Travellers
    Incredible Journeys: Featuring the… by Nigel Marven

    A companion book to the BBC TV series following six individual animals on their epic migrations over land through the air & under the sea. Features a barn swallow a caribou calf a short-finned eel a monarch butterfly a grey whale & a rattlesnake. Colour photos 1992pp 1997

    Hardback £10.00 Buy Now
  • Grasslands (The Audubon Society Nature Guides)
    Grasslands (The Audubon Society Nature… by Lauren Brown

    Comprehensive field guide illustrated with colour photos of the birds wildflowers trees insects & other wildlife of North America's prairies fields and meadows. Distribution maps 606pp 1989

    Paperback £19.00 Buy Now
  • Wetlands (The Audubon Society Nature Guides)
    Wetlands (The Audubon Society Nature… by William A Niering

    Illustrated field guide to the mammals plants birds & invertebrates of North America's rivers lakes & swamps. Colour photos distribution maps 638pp 1989

    Paperback £12.50 Buy Now
  • Brecon Beacons National Park: The Official National Park DVD
    Brecon Beacons National Park: The… by Iolo Williams

    Covering 519 square miles and boasting some of Europe's finest landscapes, the Breacon Beacons National Park is, quite simply, fantastic. Filmed through the seasons, join Iolo Williams as he visits Llangorse Lake, Pwll y Wrach Nature Reserve, Big Pit Mine Museum, walks in the Forest Fawr Geopark and marvels at underground wonders in the National Showcaves. Stunning views from the air and close up of the Park's wildlife like the peregrine and red kite. 63 mins

    DVD £9.99 Buy Now
  • The Nature of Alaska: An Introduction to Familiar Plants, Animals and Outstanding Natural Attractions
    The Nature of Alaska: An Introduction… by James Kavanagh, Raymond Leung

    A useful book giving information on the identification of commoner species of birds, plants, shorelife, fishes & mammals. There is also a section listing the best places to view wildlife in Alaska. Checklists, colour illustrations, b/w drawings, maps, 175pp. 2005 2nd edition

    Paperback £14.95 Buy Now
  • In Search of Nature
    In Search of Nature by D. A. Ratcliffe

    From a boy the author possessed an urge to know about birds, butterflies, moths and dragonflies and was determined to follow a career in natural history. This is a personal statement of some of his experiences as a field naturalist and wildlife conservationist which provides some interesting and informative natural history in its own right. 249pp. 2000

    Hardback £27.00 Buy Now
  • Gwent: Its Landscapes and Natural History as Reflected in the Diaries of Colin Titcombe
    Gwent: Its Landscapes and Natural… by Colin Titcombe

    This book is based on pages taken from the author's casual diary which he has been keeping for the past 40 years. It provides a record of the changes which have affected both the flora & fauna of his immediate local area over this period & that of Gwent as a whole. Colour photographs maps 199pp 1998.

    Paperback £10.00 Buy Now
  • Status and Checklist of the Vertebrate Fauna of Orkney
    Status and Checklist of the Vertebrate… by Chris Booth, Jean Booth

    Contains summaries giving the status of all species of fish amphibians reptiles birds & mammals recorded in Orkney up to 1998. 62pp. 1999

    Paperback £3.95 Buy Now
  • The Nature of Arizona: An Introduction to Familiar Plants, Animals and Oustanding Natural Attractions
    The Nature of Arizona: An Introduction… by James Kavanagh, Raymond Leung

    Highlights over 275 common plants & animals & 100 of the state's natural attractions. Colour illustrations, maps, 175pp. 2005 2nd edition

    Paperback £14.95 Buy Now
  • Crossbill Guide: Iceland
    Crossbill Guide: Iceland -

    Iceland is often referred to as the land of fire and ice, but it is just as much the land of birds and orchids. This guidebook will take you to the best places to see, birds, wildflowers and sea mammals, to explore the spectacular geology and fascinating ecology of Iceland.

    Paperback £23.95 Buy Now
  • Coastlines: The Story of Our Shores
    Coastlines: The Story of Our Shores by Patrick Barkham

    Through a series of walks and rambles beside the sea, the author tells the engaging stories of some notable stretches of coastline in England, Wales and Northern Ireland that are all protected by the National Trust.

    Hardback £20.00 Buy Now
  • Concise Garden Wildlife Guide
    Concise Garden Wildlife Guide -

    Concise written accounts covering size, description, voice, habitat, distribution and habits of around 200 species of wildlife that can be found in gardens in Britain and the near Continent. Includes a  pull out poster illustrated with all the species to be found in your garden.

    Paperback £4.99 Buy Now
  • Concise Pond Wildlife Guide
    Concise Pond Wildlife Guide -

    This beautifully illustrated mini field guide is packed with information on more than 190 species of animal and plant that inhabit still-water bodies such as ponds, pools and small lakes in northern Europe. A vast number of species occurs in these habitats, so the book is selective, but it pictures and describes a good range of fauna and flora that are likely to be found and identified

    Paperback £4.99 Buy Now
  • Rothiemurcas: Nature and People on a Highland Estate 1500 - 2000
    Rothiemurcas: Nature and People on a… -

    Rothiemurcus holds an exceptional place in the natural history of Scotland and the wildlife of this area is inextricably linked with the history and the people of this " gateway to the highlands". This book covers a broad spectrum of topics and is a must for any reader who loves the Highlands and the majesty of the surrounding landscape. 160pp. 1999

    Paperback £9.99 Buy Now
  • Encounter with the Himalayan Wildlife
    Encounter with the Himalayan Wildlife -

    Nepal has a rich and varied landscape and the author conveys the richness and diversity of this unspoilt wilderness. He also defines the intrinsic issues at stake and pleads for a rational conservation strategy for maintaining a harmony with nature. B/w & color photographs. 147pp. 1994

    Paperback £15.00 Buy Now
  • The Natural History of Selborne
    The Natural History of Selborne by Gilbert White

    The Natural History of Selbourne is the fourth most published book in the English language. The excerpts on this CD are read by Benjamin Whitrow and are accompanied throughout by birdsong recordings of the rare and everyday species mentioned by Gilbert White.

    CD £10.00 Buy Now
  • La Camargue: Carnets du Littoral
    La Camargue: Carnets du Littoral by Bruce Pearson

    Illustrated exclusively by Bruce Pearson together with hand written notes in French by the artist this latest book in the Carnets du Littoral series records both the human life & the wildlife of this beautiful area of France. The evocative paintings & sketches capture the magic of one of the most famous wetlands of the world. 62pp 1997

    Hardback £16.95 Buy Now
  • Field Days: A Naturalist's Journey Through Asia and Southeast Asia
    Field Days: A Naturalist's Journey… by A J T Johnsingh

    As a wildlife biologist, the author was able to gain access to some of the most lush and remote forests in the world and he began to record his observations. Each of these articles is a journey into a protected forest, some wellknown, other rarely accessed. His analysis include his deep concern for the challenges ahead if these places and their inhabitants are to be conserved in the face of an alarming on rush of humanity. B/w amd colour photographs, 339pp. 2006

    Paperback £17.95 Buy Now
  • Orkney Nature
    Orkney Nature by R.J. Berry

    Orkney is the home to some of the most spectacular & accessible breeding colonies of seabirds in north-west Europe & this publication is a long-overdue account of the natural history of the archipelago. In a description of the natural & human influences which are continuously moulding & shaping the islands the author provides a comprehensive & up-to-date review of the biology & landscape history of these beautiful islands. Illustrated by John Holloway. 308pp. 2000

    Hardback £45.00 Buy Now
  • Hawaii (Travellers' Wildlife Guides)
    Hawaii (Travellers' Wildlife Guides) by Les Beletsky

    Information on Hawaii habitats and the most common plants you will encounter. Illustrations of approximately 475 of the most common fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. 404pp. 2006

    Paperback £18.99 Buy Now
  • A Visitor's Guide to the Falkland Islands
    A Visitor's Guide to the Falkland Islands by Debbie Summers, Falklands Conservation

    Information gathered from a number of sources gives the perspective of the expedition leader, the photographer and the islanders. Together with detailed maps and colour photographs this book gives us a taste of this beautiful and remote archipelago, along with advice to ensure that the impact of tourism is kept to as minimum. 132pp. Ringbound. 2nd edition 2005

    Paperback £17.95 Buy Now
  • Banish Slugs (Green Essentials)
    Banish Slugs (Green Essentials) by Jeremy Stratton

    Slugs and snails are a curse for nearly every gardener and there is no simple way of dealing with them. This book looks at how to keep them under control without using poisons that affect pets and wildlife. Looks at the methods that work and don't work, how to make your garden less attractive to them and how to encourage wildlife that likes to snack on them. Colour photographs, 56pp

    Paperback £3.99 Buy Now
  • Tiger Jungle: The Epic Tale of Bandhavgarh
    Tiger Jungle: The Epic Tale of… by Iain Green

    Central to this story is Sundar, who, over ten years of study, is followed from a year old cub to dominant territorial male, father and grandfather of many young. The history of Bandhavgarh and tigers is a long one and as Sundar walks through the jungle habitat, his daily journey takes him over the remains of lost civilisations, his pugmarks imprinting on the soft sandy soil marked by generations of tigers over many years. Colour photographs, 176pp. 2007

    Hardback £25.00 Buy Now
  • A Naturalist on Lundy: The Island Wildlife Over 50 Years
    A Naturalist on Lundy: The Island… by Mary E Gillham

    This account, by an island ecologist, is aimed at the non specialist visitor to Lundy and provides details of the vegetation, animal life and rock types of this three mile long granite outpost of the North Devon coast. This study over the last 50 years describes representative habitats and endeavours to convey the allure of the island. Colour and b/w illustrations, 176pp. 2007

    Paperback £9.99 Buy Now
  • Wildlife of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda (Traveller's Guide)
    Wildlife of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda… by David Hosking, Martin Withers

    Features 475 species of birds, mammals, snakes, lizards, insects and trees that you can expect to see on safari. Colour photographs, 256pp. 2007

    Paperback £15.99 Buy Now
  • Wildlife of the Tibetan Steppe
    Wildlife of the Tibetan Steppe by George B Schaller

    The vast, remote Tibetan steppe known as the Chang Tang is home to many large mammals including gazelle, argali sheep, wild yak, wolves and snow leopards. The author and his local co-workers surveyed the flora and fauna, and their research provides the first detailed look at the ecology of one of the world's least known ecosystems. Halftones, line drawings, 374pp, 2000

    Paperback £18.00 Buy Now
  • Hedges and Walls (Living Landscapes)
    Hedges and Walls (Living Landscapes) -

    Britain has many of the finest ancient hedgerows in the world, some dating back thousands of years. This book sets out to explore and explain how our traditional hedges and boundaries were created and maintained. It aims to show how birds, plants and animals have adapted to life within them and how man's involvement is crucial to the survival of these fascinating ecosystems. Colour and b/w photographs and illustrations. 160pp. 2002

    Hardback £18.99 Buy Now
  • Madeira's Natural History in a Nutshell
    Madeira's Natural History in a Nutshell by Peter Sziemer

    This book gives a non scientific overview on the nature of the archipelago. Madeira's nature has many facts and species in common with the Canary Islands, therefore there are some references to this archipelago also. Colour photographs. 288pp. 2000

    Hardback £46.99 Buy Now
  • A Complete Guide to Antarctic Wildlife
    A Complete Guide to Antarctic Wildlife by Hadoram Shirihai

    This is the first complete guide to the natural history and wildlife of this vast region. Colour plates and photographs. 544pp. 2nd edition 2007

    Hardback £40.00 Buy Now
  • The Monthly Sky Guide
    The Monthly Sky Guide by Ian Ridpath, Wil Tirion

    Helps in identifying constellations, star clusters, nebulae, plotting planet movements and witnessing solar and lunar eclipses. Clear and simple introduction to the skies of the northern hemisphere for beginners of all ages. Colour figures, 58pp. 6th edition 2003

    Paperback £9.95 Buy Now
  • The Falkland Islands: Between the Wind and the Sea
    The Falkland Islands: Between the Wind… -

    The Falkland Islands, in the wild South Atlantic, are home to one of the greatest gatherings of wildlife on earth. The author has spent several months on the islands, capturing this extraordinary natural pageant on film, resulting in this vivid, colourful portrait of this windswept paradise. Colour photographs, 96pp. 2003

    Paperback £12.95 Buy Now
  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Animals, Birds & Fish of the British Isles
    The Illustrated Encyclopedia of… -

    A natural history and identification guide to more than 450 native species to be found in the British Isles. Colour photographs and illustrations, maps, 256pp. 2011

    Hardback £14.99 Buy Now
  • Wetlands Tealham Moor
    Wetlands Tealham Moor by Robin Williams

    Tealham Moor is part of the Somerset Levels, an area renowned for its abundant wildlife & historical connections with the legendary King Arthur. This beautifully illustrated study explores the interaction of man & nature on the Moor & makes a major contribution to the battle to conserve both the landscape & the life of rural Britain. B/w photographs, 296pp. 1995

    Paperback £15.00 Buy Now
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