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Heathland

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Series: British Wildlife Collection Volume: 9
By: Clive Chatters(Author)
432 pages, 300 colour photos
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This addition to the British Wildlife Collection celebrates the vulnerable heathland landscape of the British Isles.
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  • Heathland ISBN: 9781472964748 Hardback Mar 2021 Available for pre-order : Due Mar 2021
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Heathlands are so much more than simply purple carpets of heather. This latest addition to the British Wildlife Collection celebrates the diversity and natural history of a distinct and vulnerable cultural landscape, one that can be found throughout the British Isles.

Beginning with an introduction to heathlands, how they can be defined and the associated wildlife that may be encountered there, Clive Chatters goes on to take the reader on a geographical tour of suites of heathlands throughout the British lowlands, with an in memoriam nod to those that have been erased from common memory and understanding. He concludes with a review of how people have perceived and used heathland wildlife over the ages, and sets out a future vision for this iconic landscape, its unique habitats and the species that live there.

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Biography

Clive Chatters is a naturalist who has worked for over 35 years as a nature conservationist in the counties adjoining the Solent. He has held positions in both the statutory and voluntary conservation sectors, taking time off to assist in establishing the New Forest National Park. Author of a variety of publications from scientific reports to magazine articles, he has also written several books including Flowers of the Forest, an exploration of the botany of the New Forest through its history and rural economy, and Wild Hampshire and Isle of Wight, to commemorate the golden jubilee of the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust.

Monograph Coming Soon SPECIAL OFFER
Series: British Wildlife Collection Volume: 9
By: Clive Chatters(Author)
432 pages, 300 colour photos
NHBS
This addition to the British Wildlife Collection celebrates the vulnerable heathland landscape of the British Isles.
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