Garden Wildlife (Hardback)
Revealing Your Garden's Secrets
+£4 UK Delivery or free UK delivery if order is over £30
(click here for international delivery rates)
Need a currency converter? Check XE.com for live rates
Order within the next 6 hours, 38 minutes to get your order processed the next working day!
|Other formats available||Price|
|Garden Wildlife Kindle (86.1 MB) Add to Basket||£15.00|
|Garden Wildlife ePub (38.0 MB) Add to Basket||£15.00|
Garden Wildlife is a book that looks at the habitats in our gardens from the point of view of wild animal and plants.
If we understand our gardens in this way, then we can appreciate that different parts of our gardens essentially mimic wild habitats in microcosm. This means that we can provide places for wild animals and plants to flourish in our gardens, whether they happen to be in rural, suburban or urban settings.
Above all, we need to get away from the current obsession with tidiness and sterility in our gardens, and allow odd corners to go wild, so that our native species can live alongside us in the modern world.
Without wildlife to discover and observe in our gardens, our lives are impoverished, so we have a duty to ourselves and our children to invite nature back into our outside spaces.
As I've come to expect as a regular reviewer for this publisher, any book from Pen & Sword Books is presented beautifully and this book is no different. In addition, the photography was as sharp as it was varied.For the Love of Books
Whether you have a small garden or even a window box and if you live in a mansion with acres of land, this book will give you a broad understanding as to what wildlife you can find in it. From the tiniest spiders, snails and other bugs to deer, you will find answers to habitat questions in this book.
Beautifully presented with text and photos on virtually every page, anyone would be thrilled to have this book on their shelves. It would also make an excellent gift to any wildlife lover.
A superb, practical look at how everyone can encourage wildlife into their gardens with just a few well-planned actions, from bird feeders to log piles for insects. Lovely photos and lots of brilliant, practical advice.Books Monthly
The photography is beautiful and helps with the identification of the many whom we share our gardens with...I think they would be interesting for anyone who cares about the environment in which we live in and also maybe good books to tempt young people into taking an interest in who they are sharing their homes with.The Blackberry Garden
Read the full review here
This charming guide is a useful addition to one's wildlife gardening library.BBC Wildlife, March 2019 – reviewed by Kate Bradbury (author of The Wildlife Gardener)