Wildlife and Ecology

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The Nature of the New Forest

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The Nature of Cambridge


Cambridge is a biodiversity hotspot, and its wildlife is celebrated in this multi-authored book. The city's habitats, geology, climate and development are all covered. These are followed by chapters on the flora, bryophytes, fungi and lichens. Invertebrates are treated in equal detail, with accounts on insects, spiders and molluscs. Then follow chapters on fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. Interesting sites, nature conservation successes are also covered.

The Nature of Somerset's Coast


This book describes the rich diversity of wildlife found along the Somerset coast, with chapters on seaweeds and marine life, flowering plants, mosses and liverworts, lichens and fungi, insects, spiders and other invertebrates, reptiles and amphibians, birds and mammals, as well as chapters on habitats, geology and fossils, and its history.

Pollinators in Crisis


This book is about flowers, their pollinators and the pollination crisis. The book recommends over 100 flowers that are good for pollinators

The Great Fen


Across the ages, humans have been remodelling ‘natural’ landscapes. The wild has been tamed and Nature squeezed into ever-smaller spaces. 'The Great Fen – A Journey Through Time' explores how the Cambridgeshire fenland has evolved through population growth, war, drainage and cultivation to the landscape of today.

Shotover - the Life of an Oxfordshire Hill


Shotover Hill is one of the most significant habitat complexes in southern England. This book summarises two decades of recoding and research across Shotover's rich variety of habitats and is a lasting tribute to the hard work of a dedicated team of specialists.

The Nature of the Malverns


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.

The Nature of Wyre


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.


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