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100 Great Wildlife Experiences What to See and Where

Wildlife Guide Coming Soon
By: James D Fair(Author)
208 pages, 100 colour photos
100 Great Wildlife Experiences
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There are many guides to the the world's great wildlife experiences, but the UK is neglected and this book sets out to remedy this. 100 Great Wildlife Experiences really takes in all the amazing things to see and do in the UK, in all seasons – because winter, of course, can be just as good as summer or spring. The 100 experiences to be had here in the UK are placed in categories such as "Best for families", "Best for Couples", "Best on a budget" and so on. Covering every county in the country, this book is useful for people who want to explore their local area and surrounding counties, and for those in need of an insightful guide to take on their travels.

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James D. Fair is the environment editor for BBC Wildlife Magazine. He has worked as a natural history magazine journalist for most of the past 20 years, with several interruptions during the 1990's to travel and become the mother of an orphaned Andean bear. These days, his horizons are slightly more limited, with his chief concern being how to protect his bantams from foxes and grass snakes.

Wildlife Guide Coming Soon
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208 pages, 100 colour photos
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