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The Nature of Britain is another landmark primetime series brought to us by the formidable Natural History Unit. In each programme Alan turns wildlife detective, taking us on a journey of discovery through eight different British natural habitats and their unique flora and fauna, week by week piecing together the jigsaw that makes up our homeland. Tying in with the series, The Nature of Britain is an inspirational, practical and definitive guide to British wildlife. Written by Alan, the book offers the reader a closer look at the animals and plants of Britain's landscape, following the structure of the series with chapters ranging from Mountains, Lakes, Forests and Seashores to Urban Landscapes. The Nature of Britain paints a beautiful contemporary portrait of Britains wildlife, and features fascinating essays on each habitat, followed by identification guides to the species that can be found in each one. It will be visually stunning, illustrated with over 900 breathtaking images.
|Publication date:||6th September 2007|
|Publisher:||BBC Books an imprint of Ebury Publishing|
|Categories:||The countryside, country life,|
Alan Titchmarsh is the author of over thirty gardening books, including How To Be A Gardener 1 and 2, and is also a best-selling novelist. In 2004 his book British Isles - A Natural History was published to great acclaim, and he also presented the series that the book accompanied. Alan was the long-time presenter of BBC2's Gardeners' World and led the team on the hugely popular Ground Force series on BBC1. He was appointed an MBE in the 2000 New Year Honours List, for services to horticulture and to broadcasting.More About Alan Titchmarsh