Tim Dean and Anne Bignall have devoted the last...
Tim Dean and Anne Bignall have devoted the last five years to compiling this wonderful book.
Wildflowers by Habitat - from shore to hilltop
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A wonderful companion to The Orkney Book of Birds, now also just been reprinted, with informative text by Tim Dean and wonderful artwork by Anne Bignall.
Tim Dean's knowledge and grasp of his subject is well known and is obvious in this impressive title. The illustrations feature wildflowers in locations all over the islands.
A must have for all wildflower enthusiasts.
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