Steve Backshall's Wildlife Adventurer's Guide: A Guide to Exploring Wildlife in Britain
A naturalist's equivalent to the Dangerous Book for Boys, Steve Backshall's 'Wildlife Adventurer's Guide' includes tips on everything from beachcombing, snorkelling and building your own hedgehog hotel to tree-climbing, natural foods and how to make traps for insects and mammals.
This hands-on guide to enjoying nature is filled with practical advice on how to get involved with wildlife. It has a British/north European focus and gives ideas on wildlife-watching and other activities in different habitats, including coast, mountains, heathland, garden, wetland, woodland and farmland alongside the practical activities relating to bushcraft and survival, and suggestions of how to get close to wildlife, for example through mountain-biking. It carries an important conservation message. It also touches upon these activities in a world-wide context. 160 pages.
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