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By: David Mortimer
96 pages, illustrations throughout
Sussex is a county blessed with a naturally variable landscape: chalk cliffs, rolling grasslands, small fields, open heath land, forests, wetlands, rivers, ghylls and the sea. This almost infinite variety gives rise to an embarrassing richness of wildlife - everything from bats at Ebernoe to bitterns at Rye, gnarled ancient yews at Kingley Vale to dyer's greenweed at Bedelands, beewolves in Hastings to tiger beetles in Stedham. So, where to look first? Let "Sussex Wildlife" lead you to the best spots to discover rare plants, observe endangered species of insects and animals and enjoy unique and special habitats.
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