Collins British Tree Guide
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Collins British Tree Guide

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Experience the joy of discovering the natural world around you with this beautiful pocket guide to British trees, an inspiration and treat designed to enthral all nature lovers.This comprehensive guide to British trees contains some of the finest original tree illustrations ever produced. Covering all tree species commonly found outside the major arboretums, the text highlights the most important things to look for to aid fast and accurate identification, and the illustrations are annotated with essential features.The introduction contains illustrations of the main leaves, buds, and firs you are likely to find, which also provide the starting point for identification by leading you to a 'key' species. Within each tree family there is a list of key species and a guide to the most important features to look for when identifying a particular tree from that family. Individual species are then thoroughly described and a detailed illustration features on the same page.This is the ideal pocket guide for travelling naturalists and tree enthusiasts alike and is an essential addition to every nature lover's bookshelves.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 120 x 190 x 17mm | 360g
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • William Collins
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Annotated
  • UK ed.
  • 150 col illus
  • 0007451237
  • 9780007451234
  • 385,896

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`Entertaining and informative. A visual delight' BBC Wildlife'Outstanding colour paintings ... precise and accurate' The Times'David More's illustrations astonish by their beauty and detail' New Scientist'A must for all tree huggers and lovers' Ecologist'In the firmament of tree specialists, Dr Owen Johnson is a definite star' The Fieldshow more

About Owen Johnson

Owen Johnson is Assistant Registrar to the Tree Register, and has spent the last ten years studying and recording trees at many hundreds of estates around Britain; he also manages a nature reserve for Sussex wildlife Trust. He is author of The Sussex Tree Book (1998) and The Kent Tree Book.David More has been a botanical illustrator for many years. His previous books include Collins Gem Trees.show more

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