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By: Bell's Richard

Price: £9.04

Publisher: London, William Collins &Sons & co Ltd: 1981

Edition: First Edition

Sellers ID: 00007


A lovely country book full full of the authors coloured sketches. This is a 1st Edition secondhand book with brown hardcovers , which are in very good condition. The dustwrapper as a slight tear on the back top corner and a little damage to the bottom of the back cover otherwise in good order. View more info

The Pocket Encycopaedia of Wild Flowers in colour.

By: Christiansen, M. Skytte; translated & Edited by Vera HIggins

Price: £6.14

Publisher: London UK, Blandford Press Ltd: 1965

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 02089


The green boards are faded and have stains from sticky tape on the front and back paste downs and the page edges are tanned. The D/J is covered in plastic but is still sun faded and dirty and both front and rear flaps have sticky tape marks on them. This book was first published in Denmark in1962 and then published in UK In 1965. View more info

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Four Fields

By: Dee, Tim

Price: £10.84

Publisher: UK, Jonathan Cape Ltd: 2013

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03236


In this book Tim Dee tells the story of four green fields. Four fields spread around the world: their grasses, their hedges, their birds, their skies, and their natural and human histories. This is a profound and lyrical book by one of Britain's best writers about nature. A very clean and tight copy. PLEASE NOTE ;International economy shipping is by sea and may take up to 90 days to arrive. View more info

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The Natural History of Dorset

By: Dorset Wildlife Trust; Dorset Wildlife Trust

Price: £13.01

Publisher: UK, The Dovecote Press: 1997

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03092


As David Bellamy says in his foreword, ' Dorset still boasts a wealth of wildlife', and one which includes some of our rarest and most endangered species. Each of Dorset's glorious patchwork of landscapes is home to a distinctive community of plants and animals - many of them illustrated in this fascinating and very readable account of Dorset's natural history. There is light foxing to both front and rear end-papers, there is also a signature in ink on the half title pag... View more info

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The Peak District

By: Edwards, K.C.

Price: £11.93

Publisher: UK, Godfrey Cave Associates Ltd: 1990

Edition: 3rd Edition

Sellers ID: 03234


This book is the general introduction to the region for naturalists. It presents a concise account of the Peak District's geological structure and history from ancient upheavals to the effects of erosion to-day.To many of the thousands of ramblers who visit the Peak District, here is a book by one who has trodden all the paths before them and can enhance their enjoyment of this National Park. A good, clean and tight copy. PLEASE NOTE; International economy shipping is by... View more info

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Shropshire Meres and Mosses.

By: Jones, Nigel

Price: £7.22

Publisher: UK., Shropshire Books: 1993

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03277


The meres and mosses of Shropshire form not only a beautiful landscape, but also vital habitat for fast disappearing plants and animals. This is a guide book to the sites that could be visited at the time of publication, telling the visitor what to look out for and explaining why the whole region is of national importance. There is some light creasing to the back cover. View more info

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Review of the Cornish Flora 1980

By: Margetts, L.J.; David, R.W.

Price: £10.84

Publisher: UK, Institute of Cornish Studies: 1981

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03066


The first comprehensive survey of all the flowering plants and ferns of Cornwall since 1922. Incorporating all the records contributed by observers over the last 60 years, when this book was published. There is an owners name in ink on the front paste-down and the text block edges show light tanning. The D/W has a small amount of light scratching to its surface with some indentations, but all in all a good clean tight book. PLEASE NOTE; International economy shipping is ... View more info

Kingfisher Concise Field Guide : Animals & Plants of Britain & Europe.

By: Michael (edited by) CHINERY

Price: £7.22

Publisher: Dolphin Publications: 1992

Sellers ID: 02069


The book has no d/w but is in v/g condition full of detail. View more info

Field Guide to the Wild Flowers of Britain (Nature Lover's Library)

By: Reader's Digest.

Price: £5.78

Publisher: UK, Reader's Digest: 1981

Edition: Reprint.1986

Sellers ID: 02027


There is some rippling to the D/w on the edges, and the top page edges are lightly stained. There is a dedication on the front page ends. View more info

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A Country Woman's Journal: The Sketchbook of a Passionate Naturalist

By: Shaw, Margaret

Price: £10.84

Publisher: UK, Constable: 2002

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 03037


Hidden in a drawer for over seventy years, Margaret Shaw's perfectly preserved sketchbook diaries of 1926 to 1928 record in watercolour and prose the flora and fauna of an almost vanished world, where eaves swarm with house martins, elm trees still grow tall and hedgerows are everywhere filled with " quarrelsome noisy wrens " . a delightful book. There is an owners name in faint pencil on the front end paper. PLEASE NOTE; International second class economy shipping is by... View more info

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The Biology of Flowering Plants

By: Skene MacGregor

Price: £7.22

Publisher: London, Sidgwick & Jackson: 1924

Edition: First Edition

Sellers ID: 01315


There is no dw and there are some names written in the end papers self worn and yellowed, foxing on edges dirty page edges to top of book. View more info

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Hedgerow Book

By: Wilson, Ron

Price: £10.84

Publisher: UK, David & Charles ( publishers ) Ltd: 1979

Edition: 1st Edition

Sellers ID: 02984


The familiar patchwork pattern of the British rural landscape owes much to the everyday hedgerow: those lines of shrubs, trees and smaller plants that we take for granted as an integral part of our countryside. The history of the hedgerow is explained, how to date hedges from the species growing in them, and the urgent need for conservation of the right kind of hedges. The D/W shows light signs of shelf-wear with spotting to the front flap which is also priced-clipped. View more info