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  • Claxton, Field Notes from a Small Planet
    Claxton, Field Notes from a Small Planet by Mark Cocker

    In a single twelve-month cycle of daily writings Mark Cocker explores his relationship to the East Anglian landscape, to nature and to all the living things around him. The separate entries are characterised by close observation, depth of experience, and a profound awareness of seasonal change, both within in each distinct year and, more alarmingly, over the longer period, as a result of the changing climate

    Hardback £14.99 Buy Now
  • A Tiger in the Sand: Selected Writings on Nature
    A Tiger in the Sand: Selected Writings… by Mark Cocker

    Features over 100 articles, mainly taken from columns for the Guardian and Guardian Weekly, which illustrate some of the author's most enduring themes over the last 20 years. This hugely varied selection also demonstrates a concern to champion the despised and neglected, as much as it explores some of the world's most charismatic creatures.

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  • Birds Britannica
    Birds Britannica by Richard Mabey, Mark Cocker

    This title covers cultural links, social history, birds as food, ecology, the lore and language of birds, myths, art, literature and music, anecdotes, birdsong and rare facts, migration, the seasons and our sense of place. An attempt to describe the interaction of birds and humans, it captures the essence of why birds matter.

    Hardback £35.00 Buy Now
  • Birds & People10% OFF
    Birds & People by Mark Cocker

    Part natural history and part cultural study, it describes and maps the entire spectrum of our engagements with birds, drawing in themes of history, literature, art, cuisine, language, lore, politics and the environment. In the end, this is a book as much about us as it is about birds. Birds and People is also exceptional in that the author has solicited contributions from people worldwide. Personal anecdotes and stories have come from more than 650 individuals in 81 different countries. They range from university academics to Mongolian eagle hunters, and from Amerindian shamans to some of the most celebrated writers of our age. The sheer multitude of voices in this global chorus means that Birds and People is both a source book on why we cherish birds and a powerful testament to their importance for all humanity.

    Hardback £36.00 RRP: £40.00Buy Now
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