Wildlife Of The Pennine Hills - Plants, Animals and Habitats along the backbone of England

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Wildlife Of The Pennine Hills by Doug Kennedy reveals the areas rich natural history and biodiversity along the magnificent hills that form the spine of England.
He shows ecologically rich sites, the abundance of nature that can be found, and how species are perfectly adapted to their niche. Complete with a selection of beautiful photos.
Covering both rare and common flora and fauna, to managed land, and the importance of varied habitat such as blanket bogs, moorland, limestone, grassland, woodland, upland heath. The Pennine Hills web of life showcased and celebrated.

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