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About this book
About this book
This is the first book to explore in detail every RSPB reserve in Britain, from the wild forests of Caledonia and teeming seabird cities of the northern coasts, to the rolling heathlands, pristine wetlands and urban oases of the south.
Here you'll find everything you need to plan and enjoy days out at some of the best wildlife-watching places anywhere, with full details of access arrangements, visitor facilities, advice on when to visit and the wildlife you can expect to see throughout the year.
For every reserve you'll find a map of how to get here and, where appropriate, the trails around the reserve and the habitats you'll find, so you can plan your visit according to what you'd like to see and how much time you have to visit.
Illustrated throughout with colour photographs of these beautiful wild places and the animals and plants that live in them.
Marianne Taylor has been a lifelong wildlife enthusiast with a particular interest in birds. She worked at Christopher Helm for three years and Birdwatch magazine for two, and is now a freelance writer and editor, working on natural history books and magazines.
Out of Print
352 pages, Col photos, maps
'Beautiful new guide to Britain's wildlife sites.' Daily Express (October 2009) 'divided by region, with practical info on what you could see, as well as detailed maps to help you find your way around' www.allaboutyou.com (October 2009) '...has everything one could need to plan the ideal day out at one of these wonderful centres.' Good Book Guide (November 2009) 'Taylor's descriptions convey a real sense of place, and are complemented by clear maps and well-chosen photographs.' BBC Countryfile (January 2010) 'A useful and information-packed guide to RSPB nature reserves.' Birds (February 2010) 'Discover the best of the UK's wild places with this fact-filled book...includes all the information you need to know to plan wildlife-filled family days out.' Your Home (March 2010) 'I would recommend it to all who travel outside their local areas in search of a good day's birding' Scottish Birds (January 2010)