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The Wildlife Pond Handbook A Practical Guide to Creating and Maintaining Your Own Wetland for Wildlife

Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Louise Bardsley
80 pages, 60 col photos, 60 col illus, tabs
The Wildlife Pond Handbook
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  • The Wildlife Pond Handbook ISBN: 9781843301127 Paperback Mar 2007 Out of Print #162929
  • The Wildlife Pond Handbook ISBN: 9781843301110 Hardback Mar 2003 Out of Print #127560
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Comprehensive and practical guide to creating a wildlife pond in the garden. Offers instructions on how to plan, design, site and build small and large ponds for wildlife. Also included are details on how to identify the plants and animals that will be attracted to the wetland habitat, and how to maintain the pond habitat through the seasons.

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Dr Louise Bardsley is a Conservation Officer with English Nature 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.
Handbook / Manual Out of Print
By: Louise Bardsley
80 pages, 60 col photos, 60 col illus, tabs
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