100 PLANTS TO SAVE THE BEES: THE BEST BLOOMS TO NOURISH AND SUSTAIN NATIVE BEES, HONEY BEES, AND OTHER POLLINATORS
Written by Xerces Society, The
The international bee crisis is threatening our global food supply, but this user-friendly field guide shows what you can do to help protect our pollinators. The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation offers browsable profiles of 100 common flowers, herbs, shrubs, and trees that attract bees, butterflies, moths, and hummingbirds.
This generously illustrated, fact-filled volume showcases more than 1,000 outstanding plants that run the gamut from childhood favorites and heirloom rediscoveries to the latest introductions and new cultivars.
Written by Hilliam, Oliver
The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) is one of the world's longest running environmental groups, marshalling the conservation movement in England since 1926.
Written by Preston-Mafham, Ken
This handsome, well-illustrated guide features 514 butterflies from all continents, most of them photographed in their natural environment, sometimes with their caterpillars. Sales of 15,000 copies in hardcover is proof of its value.
Written by Forkner, Andrew
Andrew Forkner's book provides you with all you need to paint a range of birds in acrylics; taking in birds of prey, songbirds and waterbirds from all over the world including Europe, the USA, Asia, the UK and Australia. It contains information on the materials and preparation you will need to capture the delicacy and majesty of the subjects.
Written by Moss, Laura J
Just when you thought you knew all there was to know about cats comes the ultimate--and unexpected--guide to taking your cat into the wild. Here are cats walking on a leash. Cats hiking on a leash. Cats tramping through snow. Cats camping. Cats kayaking, canoeing, even surfing--yes, cats who love water.
Written by Gates, Jane C
Choosing the Best Performing Plants for a Sustainable Garden. Enjoy discovering the hows and whys behind growing a beautiful garden through 293 color images. From learning the profiles of each individual plant and their basic needs to maintaining a garden community, this book offers a fun and whimsical approach to developing your green thumb.