The first ever book to cover all aspects of the natural history of the Malverns and will appeal to both residents and visitors interested in learning more about this fascinating area.
This comprehensive new Flora has been compiled by the Sussex Botanical Recording Society to update, expand and revise the Sussex Plant Atlas published in 1980 and is the first major account of the county's flora since Wolley-Dod's work of 1937.
Covers 87 species, including 60 mosses, 23 liverworts and four hornworts.
From the author of the acclaimed 'A comprehensive guide to insects of Britain and Ireland'
This book is the first to cover all of Norfolk's 197 bee species and will appeal to specialists and non-specialists alike.
This Flora represents decades of meticulous research and field work and contains historical and current records of plants growing in wild situations across the very diverse county.
This book will appeal to butterfly enthusiasts of all ages and experience, from complete beginners to those who are already keen butterfly watchers or photographers
Floodplain Meadows - Beauty and Utility
A Technical Handbook. This comprehensive and beautifully illustrated handbook covers everything you need to know about the history, management, restoration and creation of this vitally important, yet threatened, habitat.
Copiously illustrated with photographs and other graphics, the trends of all local species are individually described, with discussion of factors driving change and threats, pressures and opportunities for butterfly species in our local landscapes.
Get all six titles on Berkshire, Buckinghamshire & Oxfordshire from the Guide to Finding series at a special price
The Wyre Forest, on the borders of Shropshire and Worcestershire is one of Britainís most important ancient woodlands and home to a stunning array of wildlife.
A CD by Paul Richards, British Myriapod and Isopod Group