In his history book "The Nature of Britain," Alan Titchmarsh explores the unique ecology of different landscapes and ecosystems of the UK. Alan shares his enthusiasm for Britain's wildlife with his readers as he travels across the length and breadth of the UK. The author encourages readers to step prehistoric archeology outside and explore the natural history right at their doorsteps.
The Nature of Britain features eight key landscapes of Britain. The landscapes are - Islands, Freshwater Areas, Farmlands, Coastal Areas, Urban Areas, Woodlands, Wilderness and Secret Britain. The book presents a beautiful contemporary portrait of Britain's wildlife. The author tells us the stories of the surprising relationship between the land and the creatures that live there. He pieces together the puzzle of what lives where - and why?
The history book features the very best of Britain's flora and fauna. It gives us information about the lives of magnificent boxing hares and bizarre dung beetles. From the tiny harvest mouse to the mighty golden eagles, the book covers almost every wild creature of Britain. "The Nature of Britain presents" us with detailed information about several rare and elusive creatures of Britain.
From otters to orchids, badgers to butterflies and dolphins to killer whales - "The Nature of Britain" presents to you a very comprehensive portrait of Britain's wildlife and habitat. The author reveals to us the beauty and spectacle of Freshwater Britain as he travels from the river's source to the sea. More than 60 million people live in Britain but about one-third of its area can still be classified as wilderness - virtually empty of people. Join Alan Titchmarsh as he explores the flora and fauna of Britain's wilderness.
This history book is available at leading book stores across the UK. There is also an online book version which you can download from the Internet or order online. BBC network is also showing a television series based on the book.