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Best Birding Sites in the Scottish Highlands

by Gordon Hamlett

Best Birding Sites in the Scottish Highlands
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Up-to-date information on 27 birding routes, from Pitlochry in the south to John O'Groats in Caithness and complete coverage of Skye. Up-to-date bird information, tips on how to get the most from each site. Detailed maps covering car journeys and individual sites. A complete checklist of Scotland's birds and a month by month guide to birdwatching in the region.

2nd Edition.

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