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Wild Britain - Douglas Botting

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Title
Wild Britain - a traveller's guide
Author
Douglas Botting
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Sheldrake Press
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19990107

A literary book written for the armchair traveller by an established travel writer.
Passionately committed to conservation, deeply imbued with a sense of place and illustrated with spacious colour photographs of landscapes and views. More than just an ordinary guide-book,
it has an underlying campaigning motive: to draw attention to Britain's unspoiled landscapes and encourage belief in the value of conservation. Published in association with Friends of the Earth, thoroughly revised with their help. Provides all the information you need to plan a journey, find accommodation or prepare for a long-distance walk. Written by Douglas Botting, who has worked for Geographical Magazine and the National Geographic as well as making many documentary films for television, including the BBC World About Us series.

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Douglas Botting is co-founder and General Editor of the Wild Guides series. He has travelled on numerous scientific and filming expeditions to wildernesses around the world and has circumnavigated the 6,000-mile coast of the British mainland twice on assignment for the BBC and The Times. He has won acclaim for his recent biography of Gerald Durrell, the conservationist and author of My Family and Other Animals.

Type
BOOK
Edition
3rd Edition
Keyword Index
Country life - Great Britain - Guidebooks.|Natural history - Great Britain - Guidebooks.|Great Britain - Guidebooks.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
224

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