By: Miriam Rothschild and Peter Marren
242 pages, 104 col & b/w photos, maps
It is now eighty years since Miriam Rothschild's father, Charles Rothschild, first proposed the establishment of a network of 280 national nature reserves throughout Britain - a monumental task. In this book she and her co-author discuss the efforts that went into the selection of these reserves and compare the state then and now of 182 of the English sites and their wildlife.
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