THE NATURAL HISTORY OF WALES. By William Condry, M.A., M.Sc. Collins New  Naturalist No. 66. Standard Hardback First Edition.

THE NATURAL HISTORY OF WALES. By William Condry, M.A., M.Sc. Collins New Naturalist No. 66. Standard Hardback First Edition.

IN SEARCH OF THE WILD ASPARAGUS.

IN SEARCH OF THE WILD ASPARAGUS.

SECRET WATERS: A GUIDE TO THE QUIET AND UNSPOILT RIVERS, LAKES AND CANALS OF BRITAIN AND IRELAND. By John Watney.

1988 1st edition. Oblong 4to (263 x 226mm). Pp160. B/w, colour photographs, map. Green boards, spine titled in silver gilt.

The author visits some of the less well known and harder to get to parts of the British and Irish inland waterways. Contents include, the Wiltshire and Hampshire Avon, Strangford Lough, Lough Neagh and the Lower Bann, the Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation, Tollesbury and Old Hall Marshes RSPB reserve, Newtown River I.o.W., Kentmere and the River Kent, Long Sleddale and the River Sprint, Eskdale, the River Esk and Whillan Beck, Lochs Scavaig and Coruisk on Skye, Lochs Laxford and Roag on Lewis, Lough Erne, the Suffolk and Essex Stour, the Tamar, the Dart and Devonport Leat, the tidal reaches of the Exe, Beverley Brook in London.
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9552
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Author Watney (John).
Book Code 9552
ISBN 1854711636 / 1854711636.
Book Description Good-plus in used dust-wrapper.
Book Cover Hardcover
Published Date 1988
Publisher Webb and Bower.
Place Exeter, Devon.