Guide to Garden Wildlife
We share our gardens with a huge number of creatures, some exotic visitors, such as hummingbird hawkmoths, others which have made our gardens their home, such as the always welcome hedgehog.
This book includes 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.
- ISBN: 9780953139972
- Author(s): Richard Lewington
- Illustrator(s): Richard Lewington
- Foreword: Ken Thompson
- Stock Code: 3139972
- Format: Paperback
- Illustrations: Colour photographs, Colour illustrations
- Pages: 208
- Published: 2008
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This book is a comprehensive guide to help nature enthusiasts identify the native plants and animals they come across in their gardens, be they welcome or otherwise. Learning about any given species' requirements and its role in garden ecology will allow gardeners to adapt their approach to gardening, enabling them to encourage wildlife whilst also protecting plants from damage.
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This title is intended for the person who wants to try to identify the animals that appear in the garden. The animals that are included are amongst the most likely to be seen in gardens and this title will also help you to identify some animals you may come across in the countryside.
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by Peter Holden & Geoffrey Abbott
A companion to 'Handbook of British Birds' this title covers over 200 of the mammal, bird, amphibian, reptile, invertebrate, spider, insect, butterfly, moth, wildflower, garden plant, tree, shrub, mushroom and toadstool species you are likely to find in your garden. Concise practical text covers identification, habits, characteristics, food and garden conservation.