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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- #biggardenbirdwatch starts today! 🐦🏡 @Natures_Voice From urban rooftops to open meadows, Marianne Taylor explores… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 day ago
- RT @Kate_Bradbury: Everyone, be more Della ✊🏽💚 twitter.com/lcrgirl/status… 1 day ago
- RT @britwildlife: It's been a pleasure to feature Richard Lewington's illustrations in British Wildlife and we are very excited for the new… 2 days ago
- Today is publication day for a very special book from T&AD Poyser. The Common Buzzard is the 100th book in the seri… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 days ago
- We have the perfect book for RSPB's #BigGardenBirdWatch this weekend!🐦 In 'RSPB Garden Birds', Marianne Taylor cel… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 2 days ago
- RT @Natures_Voice: Only two days until the #BigGardenBirdWatch! What food are you putting out for your birds this year? There's still time… 2 days ago
- RT @sounds_wild: The latest #Poyser Monograph: The Common Buzzard by Sean Walls and Robert Kenward is Book of the Week with Rare Bird Alert… 1 week ago
- RT @JimSpim: 38 reviews, all 5-star. With good reason - it's a brilliant book. 1 week ago