Moorland wildlife of the North York Moors FSC Fold Out Chart


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Moorland wildlife of the North York Moors FSC Fold Out Chart Author: First Published: Published By: Field Studies Council
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Pages: 8 Illustrations and other contents: colour illustrations ISBN: 9781908819598 Categories: , , Tag:

Established in 1952, the North York Moors National Park covers over 550 square miles of upland, coast, forest and dale, including the largest expanse of heather moorland in the UK.

This FSC guide covers the characteristic moorland wildlife of this special place. Beautiful colour paintings feature 17 birds to spot, including: curlew, skylark, red grouse, merlin, ring ouzel and dotterel. Reptiles, wild mammals and different breeds of sheep also feature, as well as the moths, butterflies, bees and dragonflies of the high moorland. Finally there are 16 plants to spot, from relatively widespread species like heather, crowberry and tormentil, to more challenging plants to hunt down, like bog-myrtle, bog asphodel and butterwort.

Moorland wildlife of the North York Moors was produced in partnership with North York Moors National ParkWhitby Naturalists’ Club and the Wild Flower Society.

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