Countryside, Country Life

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  1. The Wild Life of the Fox
    John Lewis-Stempel
    "I adore the fox for its magnificence; I hate the fox for killing my chickens. To love and loathe the fox is a British condition."The fox is our apex predator, our most beautiful and clever killer.
  2. Elegy For a River : Whiskers, Claws and Conservation's Last, Wild Hope
    Tom Moorhouse
    Water voles are small, brownish, bewhiskered and charming. Made famous by 'Ratty' in The Wind in the Willows, once they were a ubiquitous part of our waterways.
  3. On the Marsh : A Year Surrounded by Wildness and Wet
    Simon Barnes
    'He does write beautifully, especially of his greatest love - our wild birds ... On The Marsh is a delightful read.' Christopher Hart, Daily Mail How the rewilding of eight acres of Norfolk marshland inspired a family and brought nature even closer to home. When writer Simon Barnes heard a Cetti's warbler sing out as he turned up to look at a h
  4. Wildflowers of Ireland
    Zoe Devlin
    Special Price €24.99 Regular Price €29.99
    When Zoe Devlin was shown a wild orchid by a relative, the late Dr Kathleen Lynn, it sparked a lifelong interest in wildflowers. Here is Zoe's personal record of the wildflowers that adorn Ireland's countryside, presented so those without botanical knowledge can gain a greater understanding of the subject.
  5. The Wildflowers of Ireland : A Field Guide
    Zoe Devlin
    Special Price €13.99 Regular Price €15.99
    Discover the fascinating world of Ireland's diverse and astonishing collection of native wildflowers. This new edition reflects the many changes to our botanical knowledge since The Wildflowers of Ireland was first published in 2014.
  6. An Identification Guide to Mushrooms of Britain and Northern Europe (2nd edition)
    Josephine Bacon
    A photographic identification guide to 150 species of mushrooms most commonly found in Britain and Northern Europe.
  7. The Hedgerow Apothecary : Recipes, Remedies and Rituals
    Christine Iverson
    Learn to forage in the hedgerows like the herbalists of the past. Discover how to make delicious preserves, healing balms, soothing toddies and cures for colds with nature's jewels such as rose hips, elderberries and mugwort.
  8. The Breathing Burren
    Gordon D'Arcy
    First captivated by the Burren in the early 1970s, Gordon D'Arcy has spent over thirty years living on its edge and exploring its remarkable natural heritage and rich human history.
  9. The Forager's Calendar : A Seasonal Guide to Nature's Wild Harvests
    John Wright
    Look out of your window, walk down a country path or go to the beach in Great Britain, and you are sure to see many wild species that you can take home and eat.
  10. Where the Wild Things Grow : A Forager's Guide to the Landscape
    David Hamilton
    Nestled by the roadside, peeking through the hedgerows, hidden in the woods and even in city streets and parks, wild food is all around us - if you know where to look. From woodland mushrooms and riverbank redcurrants to garden weeds and urban cherry blossoms, Where the Wild Things Grow takes us on a journey through the forager's landscape.
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