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CORNERSTONES: Wild Forces That Can Change Our World Benedict Macdonald Bloomsbury Wildlife, 2022, 256 pages [...]
SHAPING THE WILD: Wisdom From A Welsh Hill Farm David Elias Calon, 2023, 232 pages [...]
REFLECTIONS: What Wildlife Needs And How To Provide It Mark Avery Pelagic Publishing, 2023, 193 [...]
WE ARE FORESTS: Inhabiting Territories In Struggle Jean-Baptiste Vidalou translated by Stephen Muecke Polity, 2023, [...]
TRAFFICATION: How cars destroy nature and what we can do about it Paul F Donald [...]
BLACK OPS AND BEAVER BOMBING: Adventures with Britain’s Wild Mammals Fiona Mathews and Tim Kendall [...]
GOD IS AN OCTOPUS: Love, Loss and a Calling to Nature Ben Goldsmith Bloomsbury Wildlife, [...]
ROUTLEDGE HANDBOOK OF REWILDING Sally Hawkins, Ian Convery, Steve Carver, and Rene Byers (Eds) Routledge, [...]
WILD FELL: Fighting for Nature on a Lake District hill farm Lee Schofield Penguin, London, [...]
REGENERATION: The rescue of a Wild Land Andrew Painting Berlinn, Edinburgh, 2021, 305 Pages Hardback: [...]