Forthose readers who want to get closer to the nature all around them and bring it back into focus within their lives, thisbook is the ideal companion.
We're not just losing the wild world. We're forgetting it. We're no longer noticing it. We've lost the habit of looking and seeing and listening and hearing.
But we can make hidden things visible, and this book features numerous spellbinding ways tobring the magic of nature much closer to home.
Mammalsyou never knew existed will enter your world.Birdshidden in treetops will shed their cloak of anonymity. With a single movement of your hand you can makereptilesappear before you.Butterflies you never saw before will bring joy to every sunny day. Creatures of the darkness will enter your consciousness. And as you take on new techniques and a little new equipment, you will discover new creatures and, with them, new areas of yourself that had gone dormant. Once put to use, they wake up and start working again. You become wilder in your mind and in your heart. Once you know the tricks, the wild world begins to appear before you.
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About the Author
Simon Barnes was the chief sportswriter for the Timesof London until 2014, having worked for the paper for thirty years. He is the author of several books, includingthe bestsellingHow to be a Bad Birdwatcheras well asThe Meaning of Birds, which is available from Pegasus Books. He lives in England.