[Ebook] Wonderland: A Year of Britain's Wildlife, Day by Day By Brett Westwood – Tactical-player.co.uk

A SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER Vibrant, Fascinating, Poetic A Year In Living Things All The Things We Love, All The Things We Wish We Could, All The Little Things We Step Over And Never Know The Best Of British Wildlife From Two Superb Naturalists And Writers CHRIS PACKHAMFrom Blackbirds, Beavers And Beetles To Tawny Owls, Natterjack Toads And Lemon Slugs Every Day Of The Year, Winter Or Summer, In Every Corner Of The British Isles, There S Plenty To See If You Know Where And How To Look From Encounters With The Curious Black Redstart, Which Winters On Our Rocky Coasts, To The Tiny Green Snowdrop Shoots That Are The First Sign That Spring Might Be Round The Corner And From The Blossom Time And Dawn Choruses Of April And May Into The Abundant Noisiness Of Summer, Where Days Start With Hawker Dragonflies And Drowsy Bumblebees And End With Glow Worms And Ghost Moths To Autumn When In The Early Morning Mist Of London S Richmond Park Male Red Deer Lock Horns In Competition For A MateNature Is Always Full Of Surprises Whether It S The Strange Behaviour Of Clothes Moths Or The Gruesome Larder Of The Strike Distilling Two Lifetimes Knowledge, Expert Insight And Enthusiasm, Award Winning Authors And Passionate Naturalists Brett Westwood And Stephen Moss Take Us Through The Year, Day By Day, Sharing The Unexpected Delights That We Can Experience In Our Skies, Beaches, Rivers, Fields, Forests And Back Gardens There Are All Kinds Of Adventures Waiting On Your Doorstep, Any Day Of The Year, All You Need Is Wonderland Wonderland: A Year of Britain's Wildlife, Day by Day


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8 thoughts on “Wonderland: A Year of Britain's Wildlife, Day by Day

  1. says:

    Written by two accomplished field naturalists in a clear engaging way It s refreshing to learn about wildlife from nature writing these days instead of some of the navel gazing that seems to prevail The calendar format is not new see also Notes from Walnut Tree Farm by Roger Deakin and Field Notes From A Hidden City by Esther Woolfson to name two go


  2. says:

    What a wonderful book full of treats I have do enjoyed reading this over the last few months Best read a little at a time and it s perfect for breakfast time when a little gratitude and sensitivity to our surroundings can really set you up perfectly for the day ahead.


  3. says:

    I already have a copy, and bought this for a friend Its a really sweet book, Though I have to confess I don t always stay on the diary page for that day, sometimes I kind of sneak a look at the page for the next day, and the next, and the nextcant help it It also makes you google the pictures of the things that they are talking about Oh that s what that i


  4. says:

    A small section on an aspect of nature for each day of the year Just enough to whet the appetite to find out yourself about anything that catches your interest I have been inspired by several short sections and have been finding out about shield bugs, moths, house martins and the history of playing conkers I have had to stop myself reading on further each


  5. says:

    This book about UK nature is all text without any illustrative images.I bought this to read with my 5 year old daughter and as such it was a total disappointment.Not to say that this isn t a good book for adult readers though.One star because had the product description been clearer about the format of the book, I would not have bought it in the first place.


  6. says:

    Brilliant book to dip in and read during a quiet moment learnt lots about nature from it too I ve also bought it for presents and recipients have commented about how great it is Wish you could still get the hardback though it makes a nicer gift.


  7. says:

    I bought this book as a gift for a friend I received a copy as a gift last year and thought it was so good I have bought copies to give as presents to friends A great book to dip into throughout the year and for many years to come.


  8. says:

    I really like this book It is informative and really engaging to read and really captures the authors passion and enthusiasm Would love a few pictures as I have to Google some but has inspired me to keep my own nature diary and appreciate all of the hidden gems around me.


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