Books and guides

By: Scottish Wildlife Trust  05/12/2011

A selection of books and guides with a wildlife theme, the proceeds of which will help fund the Trust's conservation efforts in Scotland. Please check back regularly as we will be adding to this list over the coming months.

by Helen Armitage. The extraordinary story of Britain's oldest breeding osprey, affectionately known as 'Lady'. FREE UK DELIVERY.


by Peter Wright. Signed copy of this great journey of discovery, perfect for the adventurous traveller and armchair enthusiast alike. FREE UK DELIVERY.


compiled by James A Begg. Bird checklist for New Cumnock Parish and Knockshinnoch Lagoons. FREE UK DELIVERY.


This handy A5-sized guide details reserves, walks and species to look out for. FREE UK DELIVERY.


The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

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