Nature books are a great way to reconnect with our natural world. Here's some inspiration, what have you been reading?
ELEGY FOR A RIVER
By Tom Moorhouse
An entertaining introduction to water voles and signal crayfish.
By Heather Buttivant
If you want a holiday full of wonder and new discoveries, take Rock Pool by Heather Buttivant to a rocky shore in the UK and marvel at everything she reveals to you.
FINDING THE MOTHER TREE
By Suzanne Simard
Suzanne Simard tells the story of how she and her teams made discoveries that changed the way we look at trees forever.
By Mark Avery
Should we have an outright ban on driven grouse shooting? Mark Avery thinks so.
SKYLARKS WITH ROSIE
By Stephen Moss
Encouraging people to care about exotic, endangered animals is one thing; inspiring people to find the joy in the everyday is quite another altogether – and something Moss does very well.
WHO OWNS ENGLAND?
By Guy Shrubsole
Understanding land ownership is critical to the success of conservation action in England. Shrubsole gives us the lowdown.