all about it...
The new book to accompany the BBC Two TV series, Nature's Calendar, is available
from 19th February 2007.
Why not get yourself out and about with a copy
in your ruck sack? It could be the start of a great adventure...
|The book of the
series - out now|
you ever wanted to observe otters during daylight hours or to get up close to
a normally shy Black- tailed Godwit or see reindeer in the wild without having
to travel thousands of miles?
It's a myth that you have to be an expert
to watch wildlife - you just need to know the best places and the best time of
year to look.
From the volcanic moorlands of Lundy Island, to the arctic
mountains of the Cairngorms and verdant Lee Valley, Britain is a wildlife-lover's
Nature's Calendar is a practical, month-by-month guide to the
very best wildlife locations across the whole of England, Scotland, Wales and
Presenters Chris Packham, Mike Dilger, Sanjida O'Connell
and Janet Sumner present their top ten locations for each month and give you their
personal highlights to inspire you to make the most of the wildlife on your doorstep.
celebration of our unique countryside, rich habitats and extraordinary diversity
of species, Nature's Calendar covers woodland, rivers, hills, grassland, seashore
and wetlands and the interesting animals, birds, trees and flowers you are likely
Each location contains visitor information, opening times, entry
cost and how to get there, along with animal and plant profiles.
of glamorous animals in exotic locations are often so overwhelming that we forget
that we have an abundance of beautiful wildlife so close to home.
Calendar will exercise your curiosity and enable you to discover a magical world
you may not even have known existed.
Nature's Calendar by Chris
Packham, Mike Dilger, Sanjida O'Connell and Janet Sumner is published by Collins
on 19th February 2007 priced £17.99 hardback.