The wildlife of Britain’s Magnificently varied coast is still bewilderingly rich. For everyone who enjoys watching birds, animals, insects and plants living their natural lives, this excellent guide shows the scope. The different types of habitat our coasts have to offer are examined in turn – cliffs, estuaries, saltmarshes, dunes, rocky, shingle and sandy shores, islands – with the web of animals and plants in each. Also a delightful gazetteer of 101 special places to watch coastal wildlife gives ideas for fruitful expeditions (or holidays) widely spread over the country. With informative drawings, diagrams and photographs, this is a book to use and to ponder over.
Condition – A little wear and tear on the dust jacket, otherwise OK