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The Butterflies in Christchurch Park

Field / Identification Guide
By: Richard Stewart(Author), Liz Cutting(Illustrator)
80 pages, 60 colour photos, 1 colour map, 1 colour table
Publisher: DK & MN Sanford
The Butterflies in Christchurch Park
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  • The Butterflies in Christchurch Park ISBN: 9780956458452 Paperback Oct 2016 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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This small book is one of a series about Christchurch Park, Ipswich, Suffolk, published by the Friends of the Park. Over twenty species of butterfly may be seen regularly in the park and some even spend some of their life cycle within its boundaries. Take this book with you when you visit the park: its colour photographs, mainly by Liz Cutting, make identification easy, but also keep it for use in any Ipswich garden. As soon as you enter Christchurch Park at its lower end, well within the town centre, there are favourable habitats for butterflies. A map of such habitats can be used to explore lesser known parts of the park. There are notes on creating a butterfly garden – reproduction and food being important.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Richard Stewart(Author), Liz Cutting(Illustrator)
80 pages, 60 colour photos, 1 colour map, 1 colour table
Publisher: DK & MN Sanford
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