Entry-level photographic identification guide to the commoner wild flowers...
160 pages, ~280 colour photos
Featuring 280 species that the amateur naturalist might expect to see in the field or garden, this user-friendly introduction covers geography, climate, habits, taxonomy and nomenclature, bird topography, and the best places to watch birds, in a way that doesn't assume prior knowledge of the subject. It includes a list of useful addresses and contacts.
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Andrew Cleave MBE has written more than thirty books about natural history subjects, including field guides to trees and wild flowers. He began his career as a biology teacher before concentrating on writing, photography, lecturing and tour leading – he has led natural history tours to the Mediterranean, Spitsbergen, and many regions of Europe. Andrew was appointed MBE for services to Environmental Education in 1995. He lives in Basingstoke.
Paul Sterry is one of the UK's leading wildlife and natural history photographers, with more than forty highly successful books to his name. Originally trained as a biologist, he uses his knowledge of natural history and ecology to take images that serve to depict wildlife in a natural context, and to celebrate its beauty. He lives in Berkshire.