By: Michael Viney
336 pages, 45 col & 26 b/w photos
Viney, a weekly nature columnist for The Irish Times, presents a natural history of Ireland, covering the plants, animals, geology and climate of the country. He begins by looking at the geologic forces that created Ireland's landscape long ago, and shows how this landscape has become home to an intriguing variety of flora and fauna.
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