The Natural History of the Oak Tree

The Natural History of the Oak Tree

Book - 1993
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Not only is The Natural History of the Oak Tree a comprehensive guide to one of the world's most recognizable trees, it is also a detailed exploration of a complete ecosystem. Richard Lewington's artworks depict the birds, mammals, insects, plants and fungi that depend on the oak, and upon which the tree itself relies for pollination and growth. In addition, the book observes the changes of the seasons and their effects upon the tree and the organisms that depend on it.
Publisher: London : Dorling Kindersley in association with the National Trust, 1993
ISBN: 9780751300482
Branch Call Number: 582.16/LEW
Additional Contributors: Streeter, David
National Trust


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