The Accidental Countryside
Seabirds sheltering in the prehistoric stone structures of Shetland to the peat diggings in Somerset teeming with life; rare insects hidden in Belfast’s docklands to the falcons that make London’s Shard their home. Stephen Moss, one of Britain’s leading nature writers, broadcasters and wildlife television producers brings us his latest book, The Accidental Countryside, which explores hidden corners of Britain where wildlife is surviving and thriving against the odds. ‘Stephen Moss takes us on an exhilarating journey through place and time, providing a fascinating insight into nature’s relationship with environments created by man.' Dr Mya-Rose Craig (Birdgirl). Talking to Tim Hubbard.
Because of Covid restrictions, books purchased with your ticket will include a book plate signed by the author.
This event is available to view from 9am on 13th March and can be viewed until 11pm on 19th March.
Start date: 13 Mar 2021 - End date: 19 Mar 2021 Start time: 09:00 am
Online event price: £8.00 Online event price inc. signed and discounted book (The Accidental Countryside): £20.20
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