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Wild Belfast On Safari in the City

By: Robert Scott
200 pages, 300 col photos
Publisher: Blackstaff Press
Wild Belfast
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Tells the story of the wild creatures and plants that live within the urban environment of Northern Ireland's capital. The book also takes a fresh look at the common plants that colonise derelict urban spaces and the invertebrates that crawl around the garden. A unique feature of the book is a guide to some of the best sites in the area for observing wildlife: how to get there, the best time to visit, and a flavour of what might be seen.

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Robert Scott was born in Coleraine in 1954 and educated in Belfast. He holds a PhD in botany from Queen's University Belfast and currently works as Conservation and Education Officer with Belfast City Council. Robert has won several nationwide poetry competitions since 2000 and he is the bestselling author of A Breath of Fresh Air: the story of Belfast's parks (Blackstaff 2000).
By: Robert Scott
200 pages, 300 col photos
Publisher: Blackstaff Press
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