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Best Days with Shetland’s Birds

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By: Andrew Harrop(Editor), Rebecca Nason(Editor), Ann Cleeves(Foreword By)
120 pages, colour photos, 1 colour map, 1 colour table
Publisher: Shetland Times
Best Days with Shetland’s Birds
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Spanning decades as well as the seasons, thirty well-known figures of the local bird scene share what Shetland’s birds mean to them and recount their best days.

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New
By: Andrew Harrop(Editor), Rebecca Nason(Editor), Ann Cleeves(Foreword By)
120 pages, colour photos, 1 colour map, 1 colour table
Publisher: Shetland Times
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"I love the format of this book because it shares those moments of passion and excitement. This is no dry examination of facts or statistics. It helps us to understand the joy to be found in the natural world. These are the stories told and retold, while sheltering inside during westerly gales and horizontal rain. They're much more interesting than bird name scrabble! Fair Isle, and later the rest of Shetland, taught me that nature is an intrinsic part of landscape. To fall in love with a place, without an understanding of the wildlife inhabiting or visiting it, is a limited kind of affection. The accounts of very special birding days give us a real and wider sense of these beautiful islands."
– Ann Cleeves

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