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Wildlife Garden at the Natural History Museum

Wildlife Garden at the Natural History Museum

Book about the Wildlife Garden at the Natural History Museum.

ISBN: 0565091859

Author: Roy Vickery

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Wildlife Garden at the Natural History Museum

£ 5.95


The Wildlife Garden at the Natural History Museum is an inspiration to anyone who wants to create a space for wild plants and animals. Every stage in the garden's annual cycle is brought to life with the help of a lovely selection of colour photographs on every page. An ideal gift for all nature-lovers and gardeners.


This tiny book is a jewel.' Wildfowl and Wetland Trust

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Hardback, 150 x 140 mm, 64 pp, 2004, Illustrated in colour throughout, 0 565 09185 9. Published by the Natural History Museum.

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