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Skylarks with Rosie A Somerset Spring

Nature Writing New
By: Stephen Moss(Author)
152 pages, No illustrations
Skylarks with Rosie
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  • Skylarks with Rosie ISBN: 9781913393045 Hardback Mar 2021 In stock
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As spring arrives, Stephen Moss's Somerset garden is awash with birdsong: chiffchaffs, wrens, robins and more. Overhead, buzzards soar, ravens tumble and the season gathers pace.

But this equinox is unlike any other. As the nation goes into lockdown, Stephen records the wildlife around his home, with his fox-red Labrador, Rosie, by his side. When old routines fall away, and blue skies are no longer crisscrossed by contrails, they discover the bumblebees, butterflies and birdsong on their local patch.

This evocative account underlines how a global crisis changed the way we relate to the natural world, giving us hope for the future. And it puts down a marker for a new normal: when, during that brief but unforgettable spring, nature gave us comfort, hope and joy.

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Stephen Moss is one of Britain s leading nature writers, broadcasters and wildlife television producers, specialising in birds and British wildlife. A lifelong naturalist, he is passionate about communicating the wonders of the natural world to the widest possible audience. His TV credits include Springwatch and The Nature of Britain. He is the author of many books and teaches MA students at Bath Spa University.

Nature Writing New
By: Stephen Moss(Author)
152 pages, No illustrations
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