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Crossbill Guide: Tuscany, Italy

Travel Guide Wildlife Guide New
By: Graham Chisholm(Author)
272 pages, 200 colour photos and illustrations, colour maps
Publisher: KNNV Uitgeverij
Crossbill Guide: Tuscany, Italy
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  • Crossbill Guide: Tuscany, Italy ISBN: 9789491648342 Paperback Apr 2024 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
Price: £27.99
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This title in the Crossbill Guides covers the famous Italian region of Tuscany. Like all other Crossbill Guides, this guide answers two key questions: what the unique wildlife is of this area and how you can discover the flora and fauna yourself. Besides routes and practical observation tips, this book describes the flora and fauna, the landscape and traditional land use and geology of this region, plus 23 detailed car and hiking routes and 16 site descriptions, including GPS coordinates of key locations.

Tuscany – few places evoke such warm impressions. Well known for its cultural heritage, Tuscany’s natural side has often been just a backdrop for many, often overlooked. Yet the region features a tremendous natural diversity. Tuscany sits at the Mediterranean’s heart and is enriched by species from both the western and eastern parts of the basin.

From the magical Mediterranean light on the rolling hills with scattered cypress trees, and from the sandy shoreline, wetlands and rugged offshore islands to the wild, forested Apennine Mountains – Tuscany sits at the heart of Italy.

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Graham Chisholm has been dedicated to the conservation movement for more than 20 years in the United States. He works for The Nature Conservancy and Audubon and has helped put over 150,000 hectares into permanent conservation. He is currently a Senior Policy Advisor for the Conservation Strategy Group working in California. As a child, Graham he lived in Italy and has maintained a close connection to Italy and the Mediterranean. Graham is a keen birdwatcher and lives part-time in Tuscany.

Travel Guide Wildlife Guide New
By: Graham Chisholm(Author)
272 pages, 200 colour photos and illustrations, colour maps
Publisher: KNNV Uitgeverij
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