1st edition October 2016. A unique title from a highly experienced author showcasing extraordinary experiences connecting to nature around Britain. From barefoot walking to bush-craft, foraging to horse whispering, wild pottery to star-gazing in a Dark Sky park, rewilding to urban birding, prehistoric cookery to permaculture and much more, the book suggests both mainstream and more off-beat pursuits that can be tried on days out, weekends and short breaks. Eco-lovers, outdoors enthusiasts and nature novices alike will find heaps of inspiration and vital ´how to´ information, as well as DIY tips from wild gurus on how to cultivate a connection with the natural world in meaningful, everyday ways. Colour photographs and a resource section provide further inspiration. Each chapter focuses on a particular activity or experience, followed by practical ´how to get there and do it´ information, including accommodation where relevant. All of the experiences showcased are offered by exciting, small, responsible ventures in England, Scotland and Wales, led by passionate, personable and enthusiastic guides and practitioners. Jini Reddy has chronicled her nature and travel experiences in scores of newspapers and magazines in the UK and abroad, among them the Independent, Guardian, Telegraph, Sunday Times Style, National Geographic Traveller, BBC Wildlife and many others.