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Wildwood by Roger Deakin
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Mar 06, 2014

really liked it
bookshelves: published-2007, winter-20092010, nonfiction, fraudio, britain-england, eng-suffolk
Read from February 01 to 05, 2010

** spoiler alert **

Nature writer and conservationist Roger Deakin's poetic travelogue starts with Suffolk in springtime. Read by Sean Baker.

David Nash sculptures in North Wales.



Imagine how the same breed of bird 'talks' faster in France than Britain, isn't that just an amazing fact?


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Reading Progress

02/01/2010 "This is simply beautiful

02/02/2010 page 2
0.51% "Nature writer and conservationist Roger Deakin looks at moths with a group of Essex insect enthusiasts

02/03/2010 page 3
0.77% "Wood Jazz - Roger Deakin is in North Wales to celebrate the living outdoor sculptures of David Nash."
02/04/2010 page 4
1.02% "Driftwood - Nature writer Roger Deakin marvels at forest birdsong in France and hunts bush plums with Aboriginal women"
02/05/2010 page 5
1.28% "Heartwood - Roger Deakin visits a library full of apples and returns home to lay a tree hedge by hand."

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