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9781526301581

Nature Detective: British Butterflies

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  • ISBN13:

    9781526301581

  • ISBN10:

    152630158X

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2021-11-02
  • Publisher: Wayland
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Find out about 50 of the most common butterflies found in Britain today. Produced in association with the charity, Butterfly Conservation, this butterfly identification book for children provides descriptions of the insects, along with their scientific name, size, family and habitat. Beautiful, large colour photographs will help you to recognise which butterfly is which. Join in and help with Butterfly Conservations's annual Big Butterfly Count every July and August.

Perfect for the National Curriculum, this book includes fascinating information about different insects life cycles, their unique body parts and their habitats. Includes information on how to become a nature detective with illustrations, advice and handy tips on how to recognise key features and learn to look after nature. A simple, fun activity shows you how you can help to protect butterflies.

Get out in your garden or go to your local park or woodland and see how many butterflies you can spot.

Become a nature detective and explore the natural world around you. If you enjoy this book, then why not search out the other titles in this series: British Birds; British Mammals; British Trees; British Insects; British Wild Flowers, Urban Wildlife and British Seashore.

Author Biography

Victoria Munson has been fascinated by wildlife since she was 8 years old, when she helped her parents to rescue a kestrel with a broken wing. She joined the Young Ornithologist's Club (YOC, part of the RSPB) shortly after and spent many a happy weekend visiting Wildfowl and Wetland Centres, hand-feeding Canada Geese and adopting a Wigeon (Wilbur). Since then, she has made a study of butterflies, homed hedgehogs, worms and ladybirds, and is now enjoying a second childhood through introducing her own children to rockpooling, wildlife spotting and making minibeast homes.

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