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The Wildlife Pond Book

by Jules Howard Bloomsbury Wildlife, £16.99

utumn and winter are the times to embark upon new technical projects and few produce as many benefits for garden wildlife as a new pond. is both comprehensive and practical in its guidance on building and maintenance, so if you are considering installing a pond

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