Compiled to celebrate the 50th anniversairy of the Friends of Richmond Park organisation, the Guide to Richmond Park celebrates London's largest royal park, with its famous herds of deer, anicent trees, extensive grasslands and 400 years of history. With a foreward from Sir David Attenborough and 300 colour photographs of the park, a range of writers have contributed to the volume.
Individual chapters explore ecology, deer, birds, butterflies and day-flying moths, beetles and other invertebrates, bats, trees, flora, garden areas, history, buildings, the wall, gates and other structures, the management of Richmond Park, do's and dont's in the park, the Friends of Richmond Park overview, 'true or false' and Richmond Park facts. A further section provides useful information on opening hours,information points, eating and drinking, toilet facilities, leisure facilities, education, ecology and wildlife groups, police and photographs of the park.
*All profits raised from sales of this titles go to conservation projects in Richmond Park.*
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