Birds of Greenwich Park
The Birds of Greenwich Park is a unique photographic and narrative description of the bird life in and over Greenwich Park, covering both the present day and the history going back to the mid 19th century. This book contains many wonderful images contributed by notable wildlife photographers but is also full of expert content, drawing on the work of generations of bird observers.
The author, Joe Beale, a local wildlife enthusiast, has worked closely with park management to improve the ecology in the park for many years. He is a Fellow of the British Naturalists’ Association and was part of the Natural History Museum’s Identification Trainers for the Future scheme in 2016-17 and later the ecologist running their Wildlife Garden. Joe has contributed to and pulled together years of data in this lavishly illustrated 84 page book.
Appealing to everyone from beginner birdwatchers to experienced observers, it makes a perfect gift and is available to buy here in a pack to include the Walking Through History booklet, cost £8.