All about Garden Wildlife
Provides an introduction to the garden habitat and ideas on how to encourage wildlife into the garden, including bat boxes, roosting pockets for birds and sites for hibernating insects and reptiles. This book features photographs and artworks of the wild creatures and provides identification guides for many species and families.
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