Wildlife on your Doorstep
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A practical title which will inspire people to study their local wildlife on a regular basis. Many birders watch a local patch and find it to be an extremely addictive, popular and enjoyable pastime. The chapters will enthuse readers about the incredible variety of wildlife experiences and species to be found close to home and help them to tune in to the nature around them and how it behaves at certain times of year and what can be found when. A practical title which will inspire people to study their local wildlife on a regular basis.
- ISBN: 9781921517747
- Author(s): Mark Ward
- Stock Code: 1517747
- Format: Paperback
- Illustrations: Colour photographs
- Pages: 240
- Published: 2016
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by Marianne Taylor
Many people are unaware that the city of London is rich in wildlife, and that many of the most interesting and spectacular species can be seen within a few minutes' walk of the tourist trail.
The first 8 chapters are an informative 'where to watch' guide describing key sites from the city centre to the suburbs, along with what you can expect to see. This ranges from wildfowl and birds of prey in the centre of town to deer and other mammals around Richmond, and from butterfly and wildflower hot spots to a haven for wading birds and water voles beside the Thames.
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by Anne Harrap
Perfect for anyone who enjoys a walk in the woods or a coastal stroll. Not a site guide that directs you to the same old sites, instead a guide which encourages you to actively find species everywhere you go by learning to recognise landscape features, habitats and niches.