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Wildlife Gardening Information Pack
Wildlife brings colour and activity to your garden and garden are important places for wildlife. Learn how to encourage native wildlife to your garden and watch your garden come alive.
Wild Hampshire and Isle of Wight
Wild Hampshire and Isle of Wight is a celebration of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight wildlife heritage is a showcase for some of the most beautiful, fascinating and inspiring species to be found on land and at sea.
The Dragonflies of Hampshire
The Dragonflies of Hampshire is essential reading for dragonfly enthusiasts and conservationists in Hampshire and beyond. It contains such a wealth of information that it is much more than an account of the county’s habitats and dragonflies as they are today and have been in the past – it is also a considerable investment in their future.
Sussex Marine Life An Id Guide for Divers
Robert Irvings’ fantastic guide will help divers to identify over 190 species of plants and animals that may be encountered whilst diving off the Sussex coast and along the English Channel.
Shorelife of the Solent A Photographic Guide
The Shorelife of the Solent – A Photographic Guide is an invaluable aid to anyone wanting to identify animals and seaweeds found on Hampshire and Isle of Wight shores.
Seasearch Guide to Bryozoans and Hydroids
The Seasearch Guide to Bryozoans and Hydroids of Britain and Ireland aims to help the nonspecialist identify bryozoans and hydroids they see underwater, with the emphasis on identifying in situ, thus making the minimum impact on the living reefs of which they are a part.
Great British Marine Animals
The 3rd edition of Great British Marine Animals uses high quality underwater photographs to aid identification of a wide range of marine animals and to give an insight into their lives.
What Has Nature Ever Done For Us?
What Has Nature Ever Done for Us? is full of immediate, impactful stories, containing both warnings (such as in the tale of India’s vultures, killed off by drugs given to cattle, leading to an epidemic of rabies) but also the positive (how birds protect fruit harvests, coral reefs protect coasts from storms and how the rainforests absorb billions of tonnes of carbon released from cars and power stations).
Tony Juniper’s book will change whole way you think about life, the planet and the economy.
2010 edition of Wildlife Walks comes with a complete redesign, making it even more easy to use and refer to. Covering over 500 of the Wildlife Trusts’ reserves throughout the UK, with details of what wildlife you can see, seasonal advice and over 400 original maps, illustrations and photographs, Wildlife Walks is an essential handbook for a great family day out.