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An Identification Guide to Trees of Britain and North-West Europe

Field / Identification Guide New
By: Dominic Couzens(Author), Gail Ashton(Author)
160 pages, ~200 colour photos, colour distribution maps
An Identification Guide to Trees of Britain and North-West Europe
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An easy-to-use photographic identification guide to 89 species of tree most commonly found in Britain and North-West Europe. Dominic Couzens’ lively text draws out the main characteristics, describing the whole tree and its significant features. Gail Ashton’s vivid photographs capture the trees in different seasons and her close-up details help distinguish the species. The introduction includes an overview of key identifying features, a month-by-month view of the changes in a tree’s appearance and a glossary. Each species description includes a calendar showing the time when the trees show leaves, fruits and flowers, a description of the bark, leaves, flowers, fruits and seeds, up to seven photographs showing distinguishing features, details of the life history of the species and its uses, and a fact file detailing height and similar species.

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Biography

Dominic Couzens is an award-winning nature writer with 40 books and hundreds of published articles to his name. His best-known books include An Identification Guide to Garden Insects of Britain and North-West Europe, The Secret Lives of Garden Birds, Britain's Mammals, and Save Our Species, while he contributes to magazines and newspapers, such as BirdWatching, RSPB, Countryfile and The Guardian.

Gail Ashton is an award-winning wildlife photographer, writer and illustrator specialising in invertebrates. She photographed and co-authored An Identification Guide to Garden Insects of Britain and North-West Europe and her work has been published in other books and magazines such as Countryfile, BBC Wildlife and BirdWatching.

Field / Identification Guide New
By: Dominic Couzens(Author), Gail Ashton(Author)
160 pages, ~200 colour photos, colour distribution maps
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