By: J Laughton Johnston and Dick Balharry
172 pages, Col & b/w photos, illus, maps
The Beinn Eighe reserve in NW Scotland is a spectacular remnant of the great Caledonian forest and was the first UK National Nature Reserve. This is both a colourful history of the reserve, with lessons for the wider conservation world, and an absorbing celebration of a unique area.
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