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The Accidental Countryside Hidden Havens for Britain's Wildlife

Nature Writing
By: Stephen Moss(Author)
260 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Faber & Faber
NHBS
In this unlikely travelogue, Stephen Moss journeys the length and breadth of Britain to find the wildlife that is thriving amidst our urban structures. Read our Q&A with author Stephen Moss
The Accidental Countryside
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  • The Accidental Countryside ISBN: 9781783351640 Hardback Feb 2020 In stock
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In The Accidental Countryside, author and naturalist Stephen Moss makes a journey of discovery through Britain, in search of the hidden corners where wildlife survives against the odds. From Shetland's Iron Age stone structures to London's most modern skyscrapers, and from lowly railway cuttings to ornate stately gardens, Moss reveals the unlikely oases where wildlife thrives in areas originally created for human purposes. The result is a surprising and uplifting story of how we have influenced the landscape and wildlife of these crowded islands; and how wildlife has taken advantage of us – even when we least expected it.

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Stephen Moss is a naturalist, broadcaster, television producer and author. In a distinguished career at the BBC Natural History Unit his credits included Springwatch, Birds Britannia and The Nature of Britain. His books include The Robin: A Biography, A Bird in the Bush, The Bumper Book of Nature, Wild Hares and Hummingbirds and Wild Kingdom. He is also Senior Lecturer in Nature and Travel Writing at Bath Spa University. Originally from London, he lives with his family on the Somerset Levels, and is President of the Somerset Wildlife Trust.

Nature Writing
By: Stephen Moss(Author)
260 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Faber & Faber
NHBS
In this unlikely travelogue, Stephen Moss journeys the length and breadth of Britain to find the wildlife that is thriving amidst our urban structures. Read our Q&A with author Stephen Moss
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