This glossy, colorful publication describes the incredibly varied but fragile natural history of Wales. It features richly illustrated sections on the sea, the coast, woodlands, wetlands, pastures, moorlands and mountains. We come across the various flora and fauna which make Wales unique, including basking sharks, puffins, red kite, mink, alpine saxifrage and bilberry. A section on the future examines conservation strategies e.g. nature reserves, parks and trails, and alien species, like the grey squirrel, or rhododendron - and whether or not they are welcome!