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The breathing Burren / Gordon D'Arcy.

By: D'Arcy, Gordon, 1947-.
Publisher: Cork, Ireland : The Collins Press, 2016Description: 296 p. : ill. (col.) ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781848892682 : (hbk.).Subject(s): Natural history -- Ireland -- Burren | Wildlife conservation -- Ireland | Irish rural landscape | Wildflowers -- Ireland | Burren (Ireland)DDC classification: 914.171
Contents:
Nature folk -- Petra Fertilis -- Walking and stalking -- Burren specials -- Along the shore -- Into the past -- Musings
Summary: "First captivated by the Burren in the early 1970s, Gordon D'Arcy has spent over 30 years living on its edge and exploring its remarkable natural heritage. Now he celebrates the region and its people with thought-provoking essays and attractive watercolours that convey a deep affection and intimacy. Showing the wide scope of this unique landscape's natural history as well as its rich human history, topics range from floral forays and wildlife encounters to social issues such as conservation, farming, tourism and education. He pays tribute to the people with whom he shares the wonders of the Burren and who have contributed to an understanding and appreciation of it." - Book cover
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Nature folk -- Petra Fertilis -- Walking and stalking -- Burren specials -- Along the shore -- Into the past -- Musings

"First captivated by the Burren in the early 1970s, Gordon D'Arcy has spent over 30 years living on its edge and exploring its remarkable natural heritage. Now he celebrates the region and its people with thought-provoking essays and attractive watercolours that convey a deep affection and intimacy. Showing the wide scope of this unique landscape's natural history as well as its rich human history, topics range from floral forays and wildlife encounters to social issues such as conservation, farming, tourism and education. He pays tribute to the people with whom he shares the wonders of the Burren and who have contributed to an understanding and appreciation of it." - Book cover

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