Forget about wilderness. Tim Low has discovered that nature lives in our cities and gardens, exploiting everything we do, forging new connections with us. Endangered species are turning up in our industrial zones. In our forests, native pests, including lyrebirds and rainforest trees, are now a force to reckon with. Sheep are being kept in some national parks to save rare birds and plants. The author does his best to explain why.
His book shows that:
- Wildlife welcomes our sewage.
- Rare animals need weeds.
- Wildlife-friendly gardening is not always so friendly.
This ground-breaking book could change your view of nature.