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Buy As Gift. This edition is exclusive to newnaturalists. In this book Professor Manley shows us the best and worst of our much-maligned climate. He traces the subtle influence of sunshine and cloud, of dew, mist, rain, hail and snow, of heat and cold on the changing scene through the seasons.

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We often apologise for our climate, but in many ways it is the best in the world. No great extremes of heat of cold, no dreaded droughts, no destructive hurricanes, yet a marked seasonal rhythm with lots of little surprises. It may justly be claimed that this is the first book to attempt scientifically to trace these intimate yet elusive relationships.

Product Details. Average Review. Write a Review. Related Searches. Revealing the impact of civilisation upon our bird life, with particular reference to the species Frohawk bred every species of British butterfly from the egg, a project which took twenty years to complete and formed the basis of his two classic butterfly books.

With usual university lib. Else sound and clean, with very minor wear only. No jacket. Ex-Library, else Very Good. As new. All books in stock and available for immediate shipment from Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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Paper bound, edition not stated, illustrated, pp includes appendix and index. ISBN: Hardcover. Ex-Library, Well illustrated, page "delightful interpretation of 25 common habitats typical of the northern United States and of Canada". Ex-Library, Biographies of men who "are known today for their contributions to science, art, and literature [who] have a special, peculiarly appropriate hold on the world's memory", and whose "names are now borne by the subjects of their science - the flowers, birds, even frogs that they found, classified and brought into the world of naturalists".

Illustratations include several color plates. Minor exterior wear. Former owner's signature on front free endpaper. ISBN X. Bison Books namca [Books from Bison Books].

Signed and dated by author on title page. Greenfield Books namca [Books from Greenfield Books]. Illustrated Card Cover, Square 8vo. See scans. Book Club Edition. Dw has very light tanning to spine and edges of white parts of cover. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket.

Very sl fade to spine of bds, dw has sl tanning to spine and edges of white covers, sl rub and tear to tail of spine, with small tear to bottom edge of rear cover. Book, Minor exterior rub marks on rear. Paul's Bibliographies, being an annotated work of Dr.

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Martin Lister's books, as well a showing how Lister built up his own pioneer work on Conchology, culminating in his "Magnum Opus, Historiae Conchyliorium" - apprreciated as a landmark in this branch of natural history. Near Fine. Plates include wild turkey, prairie hen, Canada and ruffed grouse, white fish, musqualonge, black bass. Precise and exact engravings are of moose, caribou, deer and regional scenery. Taking the St. Lawrence route, the traveller from our own country is landed in Quebec in about ten or eleven days During a sojourn in this region, extending over a period of threr years, constantly rod in hand or roaming the woods with dog and gun, I habitually recorded in my note-book memoranda of the haunts and habits of the birds and animals which I have endeavoured to describe in the succeeding pages; and I can only hope that my jottings may be useful to those who read them Large 8vo booklet with scholarly description of the Snowdonia, a mountainous region in North Wales.

In fine unmarked condition. Large 8vo booklet with scholarly description of the Yorkshire Dales, England. Pioneer Series. Size approx 8. In very good condition, corners slightly bumped. The Moor Lives Landscape Literature. Cathy Alinovi Susan Thixton. Animal Magnetism Animal Magnetism Book 1. Hope Flames Hope Book 1. Natural Horse Care. High Stakes The rise of the Waterhouse dynasty.

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Copper A Dog's Life. Annabel Goldsmith. The Moth Snowstorm Nature and Joy. The Dog Whisperer. Forever and a Day Lucky Harbor 6. Make Me Stay Hope Book 5. Animal Attraction Animal Magnetism Book 2. Natural Pet Care. Underwater Puppies. Indian Mammals A Field Guide. Martin Hughes-Games. For the Love of Bob. The World According to Bob The further adventures of one man and his stree Space Exploration All That Matters. Plants From Roots to Riches. Brett Westwood Stephen Moss. The Puppy Express On the road with 25 rescue dogs.


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