By: CF Tunnicliffe and Derek Ratcliffe
79 pages, Col plates, line drawings
Includes all the colour illustrations made when, on a routine birdwatching trip to the seacliffs of north west Anglesey, Tunnicliffe came upon a pair of nesting Peregrine falcons. Captivated Tunnicliffe followed the falcons for weeks, recording their flight, brooding and rearing of their two chicks, and their final departure. His diary of the days with the falcons is reproduced alongside the pictures. A summary by Derek Ratcliffe (author of the Poyser monograph The Peregrine Falcon) discusses the history and conservation of the Anglesey birds.
Please note: the hardback edition is a leatherbound collector's edition.
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