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A Wildlife Narrative: Eye on Nature

By: Michael Viney and Ethna Viney
173 pages, B/w illus
A Wildlife Narrative: Eye on Nature
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Draws on the thousands of letters received over the first ten years of Eye on Nature in The Irish Times. The weekly column records readers' observations of nature and answers their queries. These letters are sometimes accompanied by drawings or puzzling specimens in matchboxes as illustrated in the end papers of the book. Listed at the back are the names and locations of over 500 readers who wrote with an observation.

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By: Michael Viney and Ethna Viney
173 pages, B/w illus
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