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Chris Packham's Wild Side of Town: Getting to Know the Wildlife in our Towns and Cities

Field / Identification GuideOut of Print

By: Chris Packham(Author)

144 pages, 200 col photos, 100 illus

New Holland Publishers

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Chris Packham's Wild Side of Town

This book has been reissued under the Bloomsbury imprint

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Paperback | Mar 2007 | #162927 | ISBN-13: 9781845376963
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Hardback | May 2003 | #128675 | ISBN: 1843303558
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About this book

Photographic guide to the full range of wildlife that can be found in Britain's towns and cities. Increasingly, wildlife is finding a home in many urban sites such as disused railway embankments, canals, reservoirs, rubbish tips and inner-city gardens. Packham casts an expert eye over the best urban sites in Britain and the habitats that exist there.


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Biography

Chris Packham is a well-known television personality as well as an accomplished naturalist, photographer and writer, whose career has revolved around promoting public awareness of wildlife and conservation. Publications include the successful Chris Packham's Back Garden Nature Reserve published by New Holland, the Wild Habitats series and regular contributions to BBC Wildlife magazine amongst his many broadcasting credits, BBC television's The Really Wild Show has included some of his most popular and successful work.

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