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While Some Trees Stand (wild life in our vanishing countryside) by Garth Christian

Review
Content-Type Badger Experience
Description At the time of writing this book, the British countryside was shrinking annually by an area the size of Warwickshire, In this book Garth Christian traces vividly the decline of key species such as the nightingale, cuckoo, peregrine falcon, sparrow hawk, red squirrel, hedgehog, weasel and stoat, together with the apparent increase of others such as the badger, fox, hare and several kinds of deer. He focuses on the then urgent need for balanced conservation.
Summary Another nice little book with a pretty decent chapter about badgers and their habits - including one fascinating account of a badger fishing in a river!
Written by Garth Christian
Photographs by Ernest Neal, Jane Burton and others
Illustrations By None
Written in 1963
Last Revised in n/a
Size 220mm by 145mm (height by width)
Pages 192
ISBN n/a
Publisher Newnes (London)
Copyright Owner Garth Christian
In Print? Out of Print
Review Date 30 May 2008
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