(Lesley Haskins) Dorset’s heaths are internationally renowned as the finest example of this most fragile of habitats anywhere in Britain. They embrace an ever-changing mosaic of dry sandy ridges, bogs, pools and streams, which together support an exceptional wealth of plants and animals, many of them scarce.
Today, Dorset’s heathlands are regard as its most precious asset, to be discovered, card for and enjoyed.
79 pages. Soft covers.