By: J Feltwell
224 pages, 16 pp col photos, 118 b/w illus
Meadows are one of Britain's oldest and most natural habitats, yet we have lost 97% of them since 1930. In this book, the author explores the history and natural history of meadows, not only in Britain, but also in Europe and the USA. He assesses the threats faced by existing meadows, and the possibilites of recreating lost habitats.
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