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Wilderness

By: Tim Gardiner(Author)
120 pages, 40 colour photos
Publisher: Brambleby Books
Wilderness
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The collection aims to reflect the emotional connection between poet and wildlife, focusing on an array of species including glow-worms, large marsh grasshoppers, oak trees and the destroying angel fungus. Notes and photographs accompany each poem to further aid the reader's understanding of the species and habitats mentioned. An index lists sites and species to allow to search poems and learn more about the places and wildlife which inspired them.

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By: Tim Gardiner(Author)
120 pages, 40 colour photos
Publisher: Brambleby Books
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