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WILD ARGYLL A film by Bob Grove on Argyll's Natural History WILD ARGYLL A film by Bob Grove on Argyll's Natural History   layout image

by Bob Grove

This DVD Video captures the essence of Argyll's wild places. Evoking memories of past occasions or as a planner for future visits. Relax and enjoy the wildlife that this diverse area of the Highlands and Islands has to offer, from birds to bees, animals to wildflowers and dragonflies to butterflies. Duration: 45 mins

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V60058 DVD  £10.00
WILDLIFE TRAVEL WILDLIFE TRAVEL   layout image

by William Gray

The author has spent over 25 years tracking down the world's best wildlife experiences. In Footprint's Wildlife Travel, Will shares these encounters, taking you on a global safari. From whale-watching in North America to camping on an African safari and tracking tigers in India. Wildlife Travel will help you plan and enjoy the best of the world's wildlife adventures, enabling you to get closer than you ever imagined to the world's greatest wildlife. 304pp. 2011

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M21124 Paperback  £19.99
THE LIVING EDGE A wanderer's guide to Wenlock Edge THE LIVING EDGE A wanderer's guide to Wenlock Edge   layout image

edited by Barbara Vickery

Eloquently tells the story of Wenlock Edge as a living entity. We are guided through feather, fungi and fossil, via leaves and stones, ruins and landforms to a deeper appreciation of this special place. Colour photographs, 211pp. 2011

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M21107 Paperback  £15.99
PRAIRIE DREAMS A Human and Natural History of North America's Great Plains PRAIRIE DREAMS A Human and Natural History of North America's Great Plains   layout image

by Stoddart, Andy

Prairie Dreams is an environmental history of the Great Plains, a history of the interaction between European culture and the North American grasslands. It argues that the stories of man and nature on the Plains are inextricably linked and that the development of a more ethical, conservation-focused future for the region must draw on a more complete and connected understanding of both its human and natural history, 262pp. 2011

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M21086 Paperback  £17.99
MONTSERRAT A Guide to the Centre Hills MONTSERRAT A Guide to the Centre Hills   layout image

by Steve H Holliday

Provides information about the eight hiking trails in the Centre Hills Area and details of the unique flora and fauna, including the endemic Montserrat Oriole, that can be seen on each hike. Colour photographs, 140pp. 2009

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M21058 Paperback  £12.99
BURREN COUNTRY Travels through an Irish Limestone Landscape BURREN COUNTRY Travels through an Irish Limestone Landscape   layout image

by Paul Clements

Drawn to the history, mystery and peculiarities of the Burren's hidden crevices, the author writes absorbingly about the rocks, hills and walls, the range of colours, the animals, exotic flowers and early morning songbirds and the smell of whiskey in historic pubs. Ferreting out little known facts, he weaves them together to create these carefully distilled essays. Colour and b/w photographs, 248pp. 2011

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M21033 Paperback  £11.99
Traveller's Guide WILDLIFE OF SOUTHERN AFRICA Traveller's Guide WILDLIFE OF SOUTHERN AFRICA   layout image

by David Hosking / Martin Withers

Guide to the wildlife of Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, South Africa and Malawi. Features over 400 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and insects. Colour photographs, 272pp. 2011

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M21003 Paperback  £16.99
NIGHT WALK: A Journey to the Heart of Nature NIGHT WALK: A Journey to the Heart of Nature   layout image

by Chris Yates

'The sudden appearance of a hundred wintering ravens in a wood in Cranborne Chase, where I have lived for twenty five years without seeing more than a few solitary specimens, reminded me that there is always something ready to flame up again in the landscape, just when it seemed the fire had gone out.'

Chris Yates, one of Britain's most insightful and lyrical writers, raises his gaze from his beloved rivers and ponds and takes you on a mesmerizing tour of the British countryside. Using his knowledge and unique perception of the natural world he sees every rustle of a leaf, or call of a bird to take you on a magical journey into the very heart of the natural world around us. B/w illustrations, 214pp. 2014

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M21001 Paperback  £8.99
NIGHT WALK A Journey to the Heart of Nature NIGHT WALK A Journey to the Heart of Nature   layout image

by Chris Yates

"The sudden appearance of a hundred wintering ravens in a wood in Cranborne Chase, where I have lived for twenty five years without seeing more than a few solitary specimens, reminded me that there is always something ready to flame up again in the landscape, just when it seemed the fire had gone out."

Chris Yates, one of Britain's most insightful and lyrical writers, raises his gaze from his beloved rivers and ponds and takes you on a mesmerizing tour of the British countryside. Using his knowledge and unique perception of the natural world he sees every rustle of a leaf, or call of a bird to take you on a magical journey into the very heart of the natural world around us. B/w illustrations, 320pp. 2012

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M21000 Hardback  £14.99
Collins BRITISH WILD PLACES   layout image

by Christopher Somerville

Divided into 50 regions, each accompanied by a detailed map, Wild Britain is packed with essential information on Britain and Ireland?s most exciting conservation sites, from nature reserves in Somerset renowned for their otters, to remote bird sanctuaries in the Highlands of Scotland, home to the glorious golden eagle. Colour photographs. 2013

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M20998 Hardback  £20.00
Collins New Naturalist SCOTLAND Collins New Naturalist SCOTLAND   layout image

by Peter Friend

Highlights the many famous and much loved natural landscapes of Scotland, ranging from the rolling agricultural lowlands of the east to the wild and rugged mountains of the west. The author explains the history and development of the land structures, focusing on each region individually. Colour photographs and diagrams, maps, 466pp. 2012

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M20989 Paperback  £30.00
Collins New Naturalist 119 SCOTLAND Collins New Naturalist 119 SCOTLAND   layout image

by Peter Friend

Highlights the many famous and much loved natural landscapes of Scotland, ranging from the rolling agricultural lowlands of the east to the wild and rugged mountains of the west. The author explains the history and development of the land structures, focusing on each region individually. Colour photographs and diagrams, maps, 466pp. 2012

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M20988 Hardback  £50.00
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