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Parks and Nature Reserves of Europe

Parks and Nature Reserves of Europe

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by Francisco Santolalla Fragero

Siri Scientific Press (2023, 26 September) 978-1-7395570-0-3 RRP £32.99

444 pp, 244 x 170 mm, soft cover, 383 colour photographs, 106 maps

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This book represents an astonishing journey through the most valuable natural paradises in Europe. All their habitats (polar regions, tundra, taiga, mixed forests, temperate deciduous forests, Mediterranean forests, steppes, mountain ranges, wetlands, coasts and seas) appear before the reader in a selection of the parks and nature reserves that best represent them. The description of these habitats will help us to a better understanding and interpretation of the natural environment. Strolling through any park will be a more satisfying experience if, besides admiring its landscapes and flora and fauna, we get to know the secrets of nature revealed in these pages, and even more if we perceive the fascinating adaptations that plants and animals present faced with environmental difficulties. This book is also a source of practical information for all nature-loving travelers, who will be able to plan itineraries according to their objectives and preferences. 357 parks from 44 countries are described, with 383 stunning photographs and 106 maps.

Francisco Santolalla Fragero (Córdoba, 1954) is an agricultural engineer that works in editorial and audiovisual activities related to nature. Along with the production company Transglobe Films he has directed numerous documentaries about natural life on the five continents. He is the author of “Los 111 árboles autóctonos de la Península Ibérica y Baleares” (CIMS, Sabadell, 2022), “Parques y Reservas Naturales de España” (CIMS, Sabadell, 2022) and “Parques y Reservas Naturales del Mundo” (CIMS, Sabadell, 2019). With a view to writing this book he has explored all the habitats of Europe, following the route of valuable and representative parks and reserves.


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