Birds of Chew Valley Lake: ECOLOGY HISTORY TALES (Hardback) £25
Local residents Keith Vinicombe and John Rossetti are ardent bird watchers. They have compiled this lovely, informative book Birds of Chew Valley Lake: ECOLOGY HISTORY TALES (Hardback).
This large, hardback book covers many aspects of the Chew Valley Lake area including its history, fishing and ecology. Yes, this is a book with lots of birds in it, but there’s also much more. From the history of the Chew Valley from Neolithic times, to its opening by the young Queen in 1965, as well as chapters on the developing ecology by local expert Rupert Higgins. A stunningly illustrated hardback of 468 pages
Perfect for anyone who loves this beautiful part of the British countryside, just to the South of Bristol, especially bird lovers!
We have copies signed by John Rossetti. Books can be bought via our online shop and collected in store or delivered free of charge. We’ll email you to arrange delivery so please let us know your address with your order.
Author Keith Vinicombe. Compiled, edited and signed by John Rossetti. Illustrations by Laurel Tucker & Ray Scally. Photographs by Lucy Masters, Gary Thoburn , Rich Andrews and others
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