Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Scottish Natural Heritage.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
This is the book that can point you there. Whether your interest is in wee beasties or large mammals, birds or plants, there's something in here for you. Information on how, where and when to enjoy a host of Scottish wildlife is presented in easily read but authoritative text, illustrated by some of Scotland's top wildlife photographers. The RSPB Handbook of Scottish Birds is the ideal reference book whether you’re a keen birder or just have a general interest. This second edition covers more than species with information on identification, voice, habits, habitat, food, breeding, ecology, seasonal movements, population and . Working with the help of scientists and conservationists, including those on the staff of the National Trust for Scotland, wildlife photographer Niall Benvie has compiled a portrait of the creatures which we all think of as characteristically Scottish - red deer, pine martens, otters, mountain hares and red squirrels among the mammals, and birds such as golden eagle, ptarmigan, and red and /5(7). This excellent book is likely the only one you will need on Scotlands animals and plants. Following sections on watching wildlife and the seasons there is a regional guide on where to see wildlife - this is divided into 8 geographical areas from the Shetlands to the Borders/5(7).
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