Woods: A Celebration

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From Dean to Epping and Hatfield to Sherwood, this beautiful tribute to the natural history of our iconic British woodlands covers the natural history of our forests, the unique species and animals that inhabit them, and how they have changed the face of our landscape.

ISBN: 9781911358114 Author: Penn, Robert Publisher: ANOVA Pavilion, Pavilion Books Publication Date: 7th September 2017 Imprint: National Trust Books Cover: Hardback Dewey: 333.750941 (edition:23) Pages: 232 Language: English Readership: General - Trade / Code: K Category: Subjects: , , , ,

A tribute to the natural history of some of our most iconic British woods.

The National Trust manages hundreds of woods, covering over 60,000 acres of England and Wales. They include many of the oldest woodlands in the land and some of the oldest living things of any kind – trees that are thousands of years old.

From Dean to Epping, from Hatfield to Sherwood, this book covers the natural history of our forests and how they have changed the face of our landscape. Covering the different species of trees that give our woods their unique characters, the plants and animals that inhabit them and the way their appearance changes throughout the seasons, Woods is a fascinating and beautifully illustrated celebration of Britain’s trees and the ancient stories that surround them.

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