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Butterfly Walks in Gloucestershire

Wildlife Guide
By: Butterfly Conservation Gloucestershire Branch(Author), Matthew Oates(Foreword By)
54 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Butterfly Walks in Gloucestershire
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This revised and updated booklet gives details of 43 walks (in the main shorter than 4 km) throughout the county. Containing a foreword by Matthew Oates, a much respected local writer, broadcaster and naturalist, it suggests good places to start exploring the area for the best it has to offer, not only for butterfly enthusiasts, but for all naturalists, whatever their specialist interest. An additional 13 sites of interest are also listed. All the information you might need on such things as opening times, access and conditions, getting there, parking, key species, best time to visit and distance are provided for each route. The booklet is richly illustrated with colour photographs of the sites covered, species likely to be encountered, with a map showing the general location of each walk and individual maps of each walk described. To help with timing your visit, a butterfly flight period chart based on local records has been included.

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Wildlife Guide
By: Butterfly Conservation Gloucestershire Branch(Author), Matthew Oates(Foreword By)
54 pages, colour photos, colour maps
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