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Dorset A Naturalist's Country

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By: Nigel Webb and Tony Bates
152 pages, 250 col photos
Publisher: Dovecote Press
Dorset
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A lavishly illustrated paperback celebrating Dorset's wildlife published to mark the 50th Anniversary of the founding of the Dorset Wildlife Trust in 1961, which today has 25,000 members. Nigel Webb is a leading ecologist and Chairman of the Trust, whilst Tony Bates is its President and a distinguished photographer. A superb introduction to a county whose mixture of meadow, woodland, heath, downland, rivers, seashore and harbour makes its wildlife amongst the richest in Britain.

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Art / Photobook
By: Nigel Webb and Tony Bates
152 pages, 250 col photos
Publisher: Dovecote Press
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