A new series of regional guides, Exploring Woodland, describes and illustrates the 100 best woodland sites in each area. Fully illustrated with maps and photographs, these are the essential visitors guides for all nature lovers.
The Woodland Trust protects over 1,000 woods throughout the UK and has 200,000 supporters nationwide. These guides bring us the best of British woodland in handy regional guides. Both privately-owned and public woods are included, all easily accessible. All sites are checked by Woodland Trust volunteers so that the information included is the best available.
The series is supported by woodland enthusiast and impressionist Alastair McGowan and he will be writing an introduction for the book.
An essay will introduce the woodland of each region highlighting particular points of interest, and a series of locator maps show where the sites are and how to get to them.
100 of the best sites will be described and illustrated, and other places of interest in the area will be listed to make the most of the day out.
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'Exploring Woodland' is a new series of guides from the Woodland Trust that describe and illustrate 101 beautiful woodland sites in different regions and countries throughout the UK. Fully illustrated with maps and photographs, these are the essential woodland visitors' guides for all nature lovers.
Both privately-owned and publish woods are included in the guides and all are easily accessible. All sites have been visited by independent researchers to that the information included in each book is the most up-to-date available, The Woodland Trust welcomes notes of your own visits or suggested new entries.
The series is supported by woodland enthusiast Alastair McGowan and each guide features a specially-written introduction.
Each book begins with an illustrated essay introducing the woodlands and a series of maps show where the sites are within each area.
Directions are provided for all sites together with a series of symbols as a summary of the facilities available for easy reference. Site descriptions give more information including history and details of wildlife you might encounter.About the Author:
Devoted to the conservation of British Woodland, since 1972 The Woodland Trust has acquired over 1,000 sites covering more than 42,000 acres of woodland and countryside. With 90,000 active members and 130,000 supporters, the Trust is committed to raising awareness of the importance of our native woodlands and conserving them for future generations
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