Follows the wildlife from January to New Year's Eve, tracking the way life in Britain responds to the climate. Each chapter concentrates on a specific location, and the life of plants, animals and humans are explored. Interspersed with this unfolding portrait of living Britain are informative special features focusing on subjects of topical interest such as the return of the otter, the precarious future of the badger and the demise of many songbirds, showing how native plants, birds and animals respond to Britain's ever-changing landscape. A unique feature is the "Guide to the Nature of Living Britain", which covers major nature reserves and other specialist locations from every region of Britain, giving details, with maps and directions, of the key locations where British wildlife can be seen at its best.
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