600 books (30 pages) in this category
by ALISON BENJAMIN
A guide to beekeeping - from finding bees to getting them home, housing them, collecting honey and using their produce. It includes a look at the history of bees and beekeeping, and an introduction to help understand bees and keep them ...
by ALISON BENJAMIN
by LUKE DIXON
Keeping Bees in Towns and Cities features everything an urbanite needs to know to start keeping bees: how to select the perfect hive, how to buy bees, how to care for a colony, how to harvest honey, and what to do in the winter. Urban ...
by Nicolas Brasch
The ultimate guide to keeping chickens in your backyard. The more obvious rewards of chicken ownership - like delicious fresh eggs daily and fabulous cost-free fertiliser - are well known. Chickens even help keep the number of pest
by JEREMY HOBSON
Presents an introduction to the rewarding hobby of poultry keeping. This book reveals how, as well as being useful, chickens are interesting and colourful characters that make good pets and can enliven any garden.|This title presents the perfect
by STEVEN L. STEPHENSON
The ubiquitous fungi are little known and vastly underappreciated. Yet, without them we wouldn't have bread, alcohol, cheese, tofu, or the unique flavours of mushrooms, morels, and truffles. We can't survive without fungi. The Kingdom Fungi ...
by Patrick G Cain
Around the world, skilled animals hunt and catch their prey. Learn more about the komodo dragon and the special characteristics that make it such an excellent predator. This title takes you on the hunt with well-researched, clearly written ...
by Julie Murray
by A. B. Costin
<h2><br></h2><p><b>Reprint coming soon.</b></p><p>Around Australia’s highest mountain lies a rare ecosystem, an alpine area of outstanding beauty and diversity, strikingly different from other alpine ecosystems of the world but with common ...
by John F Prevost
Surveys the origin, geological borders, climate, water, plant and animal life, and economic and ecological aspects of Lake Superior. ...
by Cari Meister
Surveys the origin, geological borders, climate, water, plant and animal life, and economic and ecological aspects of the world's second largest lake. ...
by KATE GREENAWAY
Charming reproduction of rare volume by famed 19th-century illustrator includes abundantly illustrated list of over 200 plants and their figurative equivalents - tulip = fame; blue violet = faithfulness, etc. Selection of flower-related verses, ...
The Story of Kew's Millennium Seed Bank
by Sue Seddon
Kew's Millennium Seed Bank is a unique, global asset. The largest seed bank of its kind in the world dedicated to wild plant species, it contains theworld's most diverse seed collections. The Last Great Plant Hunt describes the importance of ...
by Michael Keenan
An amazing true story of courage and survival in the outback by the bestselling author of <i>The Horses Too Are Gone.</i>In 1971 bushman Jack Camp went mustering wild cattle - 'cleanskins' - in a vast and isolated stretch of the Kimberley coast.
by Janet Hepworth
Our gardens are full of history and the story of flowers is a part of the story of mankind. Flowers are woven into the fabric of religion, mythology, and folklore of every land and generation. People painted them on their ancient cave walls and ...
A Snout-to-Tail History of the Humble Pig
by Mark Essig
by Philip Hoare
The story of a man's obsession with whales, which takes him on a personal, historical and biographical journey – from his childhood to his fascination with Moby-Dick and his excursions whale-watching. All his life, Philip Hoare has been ...
by Joe Walewski
Slow Down and Smell the Hibiscus
by Lucy Cooke
<DIV><P>Is there a reason sloths are always smiling? Yes! They’ve mastered the art of living slow in a world whose pace is making everyone crazy. Along with being the “it” animal – “sloths are the new kittens”
by MAURICE MAETERLINCK
In an exuberantly poetic work that is less about bees and more about life, Maurice Maeterlinck expresses his philosophy of the human condition. The renowned Belgian poet and dramatist offers brilliant proof in this, his most popular work, that ...