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Autumn in the Picos de Europa (Region 2): A Celebration of the Autumn Landscape and Wildlife of the Picos de Europa in Northern Spain

Series: A Black Country Lad Explores

By: David Christopher Hollis(Narrator)

runtime: 26 min, PAL

Wild Scape

DVD | region 2 | Jan 2012 | #223119 | ISBN-13: 5060308050027
Availability: In stock
NHBS Price: £7.19 inc VAT $9/€8 approx

About this product

The Picos de Europa in northern Spain is one of the most beautiful areas of Europe. High mountains, lush green valleys, rushing rivers and exquisite meadowlands make this the ideal destination for anyone interested in wildlife. Plants and animals are abundant here, over 140 species of butterfly, nearly 1 500 species of flowering plant with 50 species of orchid alone!, over 170 species of breeding bird, lots of mammals and other countless insect species have been recorded here so there is something for everyone to enjoy. This film by 'the Black Country Lad' explores the fabulous colours of the Autumn in the region. You will be transported into a rich world of gold's, reds, russets and yellows on this guided excursion into this most spectacular of seasons here in the Picos de Europa. It is filmed with a sensitivity to its subject and is a gentle introduction into what this region has to offer the visitor. It is narrated by the Black Country Lad.

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