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Inhaltsangabe: This is a new edition of this popular title. Gardening for birds is both a great way to help our endangered feathered friends as well as a great pleasure in itself. This book offers a host of practical suggestions on feeding birds and providing opportunities for nesting and bathing. The reader is taken through the steps of planning a bird-friendly garden covering aspects such as pond construction, suitable plants, provision of nesting sites and food, pest control and garden maintenance. A directory of 80 common species aids identification and offers guidelines on the habitat, food and nesting requirements of each species. Produced in a lavish and exciting format, this glorious book is both practical and stylish.
Über den Autor: Stephen Moss it a regular writer on birdwatching and environmental matters for The Guardian. He is a BBC television producer specializing in natural history and he has produced programmes such as Birdwatching with Bill Oddie, Springwatch and Autumnwatch. He lives in Bristol. David Cottridge is an expert on bird photography. His photographs have appeared in many books and renowned magazines such as British Birds, Birding World and Bird Watching. He lives in Tottenham, north London.
Buchbeschreibung Bloomsbury Publishing Okt 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 280 x 218 x 14 mm. Neuware - A new edition, offering a host of practical suggestions to entice feathered friends to your garden, with a directory of 80 common species. 250 colour photos. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9781847739827