By: Mary Breeds (Author)
48 pages, Col photos
Braunton Burrows in North Devon and its surrounding coastline were declared Britain's first UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in November 2002. It is one of the largest expanses of sand dunes in Britain, and is of international importance because of the diversity and abundance of its rare flora. This book contains detailed text and many colour photographs of the wonderfully diverse flora from this beautiful area.
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