152 Wild Things To Do

152 Wild Things To Do

By: Helen Babbs

ISBN: 9781904027898
Cover: Paperback
Published: June 18, 2010
Size: 220x142mm
Page Count: 248 pages


When did you last climb a tree? Pick some blackberries? Spot a bird of prey? Collect shells on a beach? Plant flowers to help bumble bees?

152 Wild Things To Do is exactly what you need to reconnect with nature. A practical guide to engaging with the natural world, it includes 100 activities to help you spot, protect and preserve wildlife both at home and out and about, whether you’re going crabbing at the beach or making a butterfly feeder for your garden.

It also includes 52 entries from the Wildlife Trust reserves themselves, detailing the best times of year to visit them, what you can see and do whilst there, and the best trails to follow to ensure you get the best glimpse of the UK’s wildlife. Accessible, practical and filled with stunning 4-colour photography throughout, this family-friendly guide is perfect for both established nature-lovers and those who want to start doing their bit for the environment.

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