RSPB Handbook of Garden Wildlife
This popular RSPB field guide is a rich resource of information on our most familiar garden wildlife. For the second edition RSPB Handbook of Garden Wildlife sections have been updated and some expanded to offer comprehensive coverage of the many species that can now be found in British gardens. Offering practical advice on attracting wildlife to your garden, this friendly handbook is full of tips on how to encourage garden visitors to stick around. It also includes appendices containing practical guides to wildlife gardening projects that have been expanded for the second edition. Each account covers identification, habits, characteristics, food and garden conservation, and the species guide include sections on mammals, birds, reptiles and amphibians, invertebrates, spiders, insects, butterflies, moths, wild flowers, garden plants, trees and shrubs, and fungi and non-flowering plants.
- ISBN: 9781472930842
- Author(s): Peter Holden, Geoffrey Abbott
- Stock Code: 2930842
- Format: Paperback
- Illustrations: Colour photographs
- Pages: 256
- Published: 2017
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by Marianne Taylor
photography Paul Sterry
This is an easy-to-use identification guide to 280 species of wildlife most commonly found in the gardens of Britain, Ireland, and other parts of Northern Europe. The guide includes sections on birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians, butterflies, moths and other insects, spiders, trees and shrubs, wildflowers and fungi. There is an informative and user-friendly introduction that includes useful advice on how to attract wildlife to your garden.
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This book provides a clear and concise guide to over 80 species of mammals, birds, insects and reptiles regularly found in British and European gardens, aimed at 8-12 year olds.
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