Hedgelands: A Wild Wander Around Britain's Greatest Habitat
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Chelsea Green Publishing Company, 2024.
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Christopher Hart., Christopher Hart|AUTHOR., & Charles Armstrong|READER. (2024). Hedgelands: A Wild Wander Around Britain's Greatest Habitat . Chelsea Green Publishing Company.

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Christopher Hart, Christopher Hart|AUTHOR and Charles Armstrong|READER. 2024. Hedgelands: A Wild Wander Around Britain's Greatest Habitat. Chelsea Green Publishing Company.

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Christopher Hart, Christopher Hart|AUTHOR and Charles Armstrong|READER. Hedgelands: A Wild Wander Around Britain's Greatest Habitat Chelsea Green Publishing Company, 2024.

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Christopher Hart, Christopher Hart|AUTHOR, and Charles Armstrong|READER. Hedgelands: A Wild Wander Around Britain's Greatest Habitat Chelsea Green Publishing Company, 2024.

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    [synopsis] => In this joyous journey around the wild edges of Britain, Christopher Hart takes us through the life, ecology and history of the humble British hedge, showing us how this much-loved (but somewhat overlooked) feature is inextricably woven into our language, history and culture.

Hedges—or hedgerows—have long been an integral part of the British landscape; a bastion of privacy for our gardens, a protective presence on winding country lanes and a vital hiding place for birds and beasts on farmland.

This man-made marvel is finally getting its time in the sun. Recognised as an environmental hero and a powerful climate ally, hedgerow is now considered the greatest edge habitat on earth, offering thorny scrub, mature woodland, grassland and even wetland. It plays a critical role in carbon sequestration and provides essential protection against the elements.

Hedgelands highlights the hawthorn and hazel of ancient hedges; the abundance of wildlife, from the elusive dunnock to the striking nightingale, the industrious hedgehog to the little harvest mouse; and the free pickings that the hedgerow offers, making it an essential—and delicious—element of any countryside ramble.

Hedgelands will tell you everything you never thought you needed to know about this wild, diverse, and rich habitat—and you might even look at your humble hedge in a whole new way.
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