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    A superb piece of nature writing
    Sunday Times

    Traditional farmland and its wildlife is quickly disappearing. Seven cornfield flowers have become extinct in the last twenty years and the once abundant lapwing is now on the Red List. And hare populations are declining equally fast.

    The Running Hare tells the story of the wild animals and plants that live in and under our farmland, from microbes to the kestrels. The book reminds us of the times before the industrialisation, with open fields and unique wildlife, and that it is still possible for us to create a safe place where the hare can rest.




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    by John Lewis-Stempel | Paperback | 304 pages

    R410062
    • Height
      19.8 cm
    • Width
      12.7 cm
    • Depth
      1.9 cm
    • Recipient
      Gardeners
      Grown-ups
      Home and garden
      Nature lovers
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