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If we could follow an owl on its nocturnal flight what would we see? What would we hear? Owl Sense by Miriam Darlington will show you.
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'Funny, touching and beautifully written - a fascinating insight into the closeness human beings can achieve with wild creatures.' - Sunday Times
edited by Noah Wilson-Rich
The Bee is a comprehensive exploration of these fascinating creatures detailing their evolution, ecology, genetics and physiology and includes a directory of notable bee species.
A new cover edition of this bestselling classic of nature writing.
This lifesize guide and essential reference reveals the extraordinary beauty, surprising diversity and importance of seeds to an extent never seen before.
Stunning box-set with fully illustrated book and 36 frameable prints.
A rich and mesmerising investigation of wonder: what it is, why it matters, how to cultivate it, how it has changed over time and what the future of wonderment might be...
Tom 'The Blowfish' Hird
A fascinating and fun-filled book of extraordinary facts about the oceans, seas and waterways of our world.
Olivia Laing's odyssey along the banks of the River Ouse, from source to sea; a profound and haunting reflection on history and landscape, and our place within them.
Rachael Hale McKenna
The cats of New Zealand star in this book of stunning portraits and stories that are by turn quirky, funny, sad and heartwarming.
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