By Keith Vinicombe
Chew Valley Lake provides a unique opportunity to study this newly created man-made habitat over the last 70 years. It describes the Chew Valley before the lake, and the exceptional archaeological excavations and discoveries made during construction, as well as the celebrations of its opening by the young Queen and Prince Philip in 1956.
This superbly illustrated book is aimed at birdwatchers and all people interested in wildlife, ecology, and the environment. The book includes over 350 illustrations (original paintings, line drawings by the late Laurel Tucker and superb photographs) as well as over 400 graphs and charts.
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