Series: Field Studies Council Occasional Publication Volume: 172
By: Julie Merrett (Author), Simon Clarke (Author), Mike Langman (Illustrator), Chris Shields (Illustrator), Lizzie Harper (Illustrator)
12 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour maps
Shapwick Heath National Nature Reserve is a magnificent 530 hectare wetland reserve situated at the heart of the Somerset Moors and Levels. It forms part of the 'Avalon Marshes', one of the largest areas of wetland in the UK. This 12-panel fold-out chart features many of the special animals and plants for which this area is justly famous. Text on the reverse side reviews the major habitats found on the resever, as well as including a timeline of the reserve's history from the end of the last glacial period onwards.
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