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On Nature: Ramblings on the British Countryside By Stuart Maconie, On Nature Ramblings on the British Countryside by Stuart On Nature book Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers A diverse and entertaining collection of writing examining and celebrating On Nature Unexpected Ramblings on the British Countryside I received this book as part of the UK Vine programme In the introduction, it is stated that this book was meant as a how to to enjoying the British Countryside, or a how to get started written by those people enthusiastic about their chosen subject, be it fishing, foraging, walking, and even living in remote areas, but as contributions were submitted, it transformed into something else. Nature Ramblings, Volume I Volume Sally Roth, Matthew Apr , A fun to read collection of popular author Sally Roth s essays about birds, flowers, butterflies, and gardening Volume I the red one and Volume II the blue one are a two volume set that includes years worth of Sally s popular newspaper columns about nature, arranged chronologically into two volumes that read like a diary of sorts. On Nature Unexpected Ramblings on the British Countryside Read On Nature Unexpected Ramblings on the British Countryside by Caught by the River available from Rakuten Kobo Sign up today and get off your first purchase A diverse and entertaining collection of writing examining and celebrating the British Countryside, from falconry to for NATURE RAMBLINGS Ohhh, that smell We ve been listening to a lot of music we haven t heard in years, thanks to Pandora Some we love Some we don t, yet we sing along because the lyrics are still embedded in our brains years later like Lynyrd Skynyrd s Oh, That Smell Music memories last forever, according to NATURE RAMBLINGS Thank you for your service March , admin Columns Comments Off on NATURE RAMBLINGS Bragging rights come with this sign of the season Sally Roth sroth northfortynews Forget the first robin in the foothills and mountains of northern Colorado, pasqueflowers are the harbinger of spring Pasques are among the very first wildflowers to bloom.

  • Title: On Nature: Ramblings on the British Countryside
  • Author: Stuart Maconie
  • ISBN: 9780007424986
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A diverse and entertaining collection of writing examining and celebrating the British Countryside, from falconry to foraging and from the musings of a nighttime angler to tips for seasonal drinking LAND Stuart Maconie Radio 2 on hill walking Wainwright walks Nick Small CAUGHT BY THE RIVER regular how to get nature into your garden, no matter how urban it is RichardA diverse and entertaining collection of writing examining and celebrating the British Countryside, from falconry to foraging and from the musings of a nighttime angler to tips for seasonal drinking LAND Stuart Maconie Radio 2 on hill walking Wainwright walks Nick Small CAUGHT BY THE RIVER regular how to get nature into your garden, no matter how urban it is Richard King Loops magazine editor on the Winter Solstice and on the Summer Solstice John Wright wild food on the basics of getting started in foraging Bill Drummond Damsons in Distress Dan Kieran Crap Towns I Fought The Law on falconry RIVER INLAND WATERS John Andrews CAUGHT BY THE RIVER regular on winter pike fishing Jon Berry CAUGHT BY THE RIVER regular writing about the night from a fishermen s perspective, the sounds, shadows, the hallucinatory effects of sleep deprivation when the sun rises COASTLINE Ian Vince The Lie of the Land on the Jurassic coast and fossils Martin Noble British Sea Power the Exmoor to Dartmoor coastal walk Nick Hand slowcoast on what you see when cycling the entire coastline of the UK Michael Smith BBC4 Drivetime on the coastline in the north of England ISLAND LIFE Sarah Boden The Observer on fleeing London to move and become a sheep farmer on Eigg
    On Nature Ramblings on the British Countryside A diverse and entertaining collection of writing examining and celebrating the British Countryside from falconry to foraging and from the musings of a nighttime angler to tips for seasonal drinking L

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    1. Why did I read it It was provided to me in exchange for a review.What did I like In the introduction, it is stated that this book was meant as a how to to enjoying the British Countryside, or a how to get started written by those people enthusiastic about their chosen subject, be it fishing, foraging, walking, and even living in remote areas, but as contributions were submitted, it transformed into something else From the first submission by Chris Yates, it becomes clear that this book is about [...]

    2. This is a compilation of essays and articles by a number of authors about the British countryside There are articles on fishing, walking, cycling and wildlife Each chapter is illustrated with a lovely black and white piece of art The authors are all well known from Stuart Maconie to Chris Yates I have read a few of their own works separately, and it was nice to read a shorter pice by them in this book.If you have never read any nature or natural history books, then this is a good place to start. [...]

    3. I picked up this book for a bargain 3 from the reduced section at Waterstones and I m glad I did There is an eclectic mix of writing styles, from the elegiac to the lad s mag article So if find yourself reading something you can t really get along with, something new will be just a few page turns away.There was a bit too much about fishing for me to give it 5 stars, but from a group called Caught by the River what did I expect

    4. Some beautiful words about our green and pleasant land Each one different I enjoyed them all whether I knew the authors or not.

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