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Best Birdwatching Sites in the Scottish Highlands

World / Checklist Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Gordon Hamlett(Author)
240 pages, Distrib maps
Publisher: Buckingham Press
Best Birdwatching Sites in the Scottish Highlands
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  • Best Birdwatching Sites in the Scottish Highlands ISBN: 9780953384099 Edition: 1 Paperback Dec 2005 Out of Print #154835
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Great book on the best places to birdwatch in Scotland. Contains 22 birding routes, 164 maps covering car journeys and individual sites, up-to-date birding information, a complete coverage of Skye, a complete checklist of Scotland's birds and a month-by-month guide to birdwatching in the region.

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World / Checklist Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: Gordon Hamlett(Author)
240 pages, Distrib maps
Publisher: Buckingham Press
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