Woodlands have dominated much of the British landscape for thousands of years since the recession of the last ice age, and yet so few of us spend enough time in them to understand how much of our native wildlife is adapted to live with trees. The inspiration of naturalists, poets and artists, woodlands have often been removed, changed or marginalised to make way for ‘progress’, and from within our suburbs and garden plots we rarely spend time appreciating their wildlife, and yet it is still there waiting to be discovered.
This book is a guide to where you can find that often hidden wildlife. Leslie Kent, a Biology teacher by trade and amateur ecologist, reveals just how easy it can be to find wild things even in the middle of a city, if only you take the time to look for it.
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