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By: Louise Bardsley(Author), Charlie Dimmock(Foreword By)
80 pages, 60 colour photos, 60 colour illustrations
Almost one in ten British gardens have a pond and it is seen as a growth area both by garden centres and conservation organizations alike. With The Wildlife Pond Handbook wildlife and garden enthusiasts can discover and explore the world of ponds: from bugs, beetles and dragonflies, to frogs, newts, birds and bats.
With a foreword written by popular television presenter and gardener Charlie Dimmock, The Wildlife Pond Handbook offers clear step-by-step instructions on how to plan, design, site and build small and large ponds for wildlife.
Illustrated with stunning full-colour photographs and artwork throughout, it is full of advice on how to encourage different varieties of pond plants and animals. Also included are details on a wide variety of plants, tips on how to maintain your pond through the seasons, clear annotated diagrams on its construction and much more.
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Dr Louise Bardsley is a Conservation Officer with Natural England where she is responsible for a range of protected sites. An environmental sciences graduate, she then pursued a PhD on amphibian conservation. She has worked on freshwater habitat conservation for many years and has a particular interest in reptiles and amphibians. She has authored scientific papers, research reports and a major publication on wetland restoration (The Wildlife Trusts Wetland Restoration Manual). Louise lives in Sussex.
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