A Buzz in the Meadow: The Natural History of a French Farm by Senior Lecturer Division of Biodiversity and Ecology at School of Biological Sciences Dave Goulson (Paperback / softback, 2016)
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- Description<b>A CONSERVATIONIST'S DEEPLY PERSONAL AND FASCINATING REFLECTION ON OWNING AND REVITALIZING A FARM IN RURAL FRANCE</b></p><i>A Sting in the Tale</i>, Dave Goulson's account of a lifetime studying bumblebees, was a powerful call to arms for nature lovers everywhere. Brilliantly reviewed, it was shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize for the best nfiction book of the year, and it debuted the already rewned conservationist's ability to charm, educate, and tell an absorbing story. In <i>A Buzz in the Meadow</i>, Goulson returns to tell the tale of how he bought a derelict farm in the heart of rural France. Over the course of a decade, on thirty-three acres of meadow, he created a place for his beloved bumblebees to thrive. But other creatures w live there too, myriad insects of every kind, many of which Goulson had studied before in his career as a biologist. You'll learn how a deathwatch beetle finds its mate and why butterflies have spots on their wings, and you'll see how a real scientist actually conducts his experiments. But this book is also a wake-up call, urging us to cherish and protect life in all its forms. Goulson has that rare ability to persuade you to go out into your garden or local park and observe the natural world. The subtle glory that is life in all its forms is there to be discovered. And if we learn to value what we have, perhaps we will find a way to keep it.</p>
- Author Biography<b>DAVE GOULSON</b> studied biology at Oxford University and is now a professor of biological sciences at the University of Stirling. He founded the Bumblebee Conservation Trust in 2006, whose groundbreaking conservation work earned him the Heritage Lottery Award for Best Environmental Project and Social Innovator of the Year from the Biology and Biotechnology Research Council. His previous book, <i>A Sting in the Tale, </i> was a <i>Seattle Times </i>Best Book of the Year, and shortlisted for the Samuel Johnson Prize.
- Author(s)Senior Lecturer Division of Biodiversity and Ecology at School of Biological Sciences Dave Goulson
- PublisherPicador USA
- Date of Publication10/05/2016
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectNatural History: General
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintPicador USA
- Weight227 g
- Width137 mm
- Height211 mm
- Spine18 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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