For hundreds of years, writers have been capturing the wonder of the natural world in poetry and prose, and exploring our changing relationship with nature. Throughout November, the Arts & Humanities Research Council have teamed up with research project Land Lines to track down the UK’s favourite book about nature. As committed nature book-lovers we couldn’t shy away from this challenge! We’ve asked the Bloomsbury Wildlife team to tell us their ultimate favourites.
Our wildlife bloggers
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- RT @GabrielHemery: Very excited to announce that my next major work, The Forest Guide (Scotland edition) @copsewoodforest, will be with the… 1 day ago
- @GabrielHemery @copsewoodforest You're very kind. 1 day ago
- "Fantastic" @ChrisGPackham recommends @martinswarren's BUTTERFLIES on the @SIBirdClub! Go to 1:03:45 to see his… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 3 days ago
- Get a load of this. twitter.com/KerrieDoodles/… 4 days ago
- @Frdayeveryay Very good. 4 days ago
- RT @helenscales: "It’s time to see the oceans in a new light" as "a wonder of nature, rather than an opportunity for exploitation." @George… 4 days ago
- @KerrieDoodles Golly gosh. Cor! 4 days ago
- Shortlisted for the Stanford Dolman Award and the @wainwrightprize, read the “extraordinary” WANDERLAND by… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 6 days ago