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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- The Bloomsbury Wildlife team share their favourite nature books
- Lars Jonsson’s Winter Birds
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- RT @JimSpim: News and a video to make the heart soar. The first UK fledgling in 500 years. 15 hours ago
- #MesozoicMammals. What's not to love? twitter.com/gsciencelady/s… 2 days ago
- Dawn of an epic. #HisImperialMajesty twitter.com/MatthewOates76… 2 days ago
- RT @nhbsBooks: The first four RSPB ID Spotlights have now been published, these focusing on #birds: nhbs.com/2/series/rspb-… @BloomsburyBook… 2 days ago
- Listen to Ross Barnett read the prologue of The Missing Lynx: The Past and Future of Britain's Lost Mammals here:… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 days ago
- Publishing today: the first four fold-out charts in our RSPB ID Spotlight series. Quickly and easily identify our m… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 days ago
- Tui de Roy's 'A Lifetime in Galapagos' in @MailOnline. Read more here: mol.im/a/8493801 4 days ago
- World-renowned wildlife photographer Tui De Roy shares a snapshot of her latest book, 'A Lifetime in Galapagos' whi… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 5 days ago