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By: The Wildlife Trusts
236 pages, Col illus
When did you last climb a tree? Pick some blackberries? Spot a bird of prey? Collect shells on a beach? Plant flowers to help bumble bees? 152 Wild Things To Do is exactly what you need to reconnect with nature. Whether at home, in your local area or at Wildlife Trust nature reserves, this book is packed with inspirational ideas to get active, get outside and see the best of Britain's wildlife. From planting wildlife-friendly plants to taking a nature trail through ancient forests, from saving an endangered species in your garden to spotting whales and dolphins, this family-friendly guide is accessible, practical and perfect for nature-lovers everywhere, young or old.
BBC Wildlife Magazine: "a gem of a book that goes the extra (country) mile...it includes plenty of offbeat activities." The Guardian: there are enough ideas in the book to keep anyone - particularly families and children - outdoors all year.A" The Urban Birder: a very attractive, bright, colourful book listing 152 ways to enjoy nature...A very attractive little book!A"
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