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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birdwatching

Birdwatching Walks in Bowland

Wildlife Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: David John Hindle(Author), John Wilson(Author), Christine Dodding(Illustrator), Nicole Breaks(Illustrator), Peter Smith(Photographer), Mike Malpass(Photographer), Roy Rimmer(Photographer), Stan Craig(Photographer), John Weld-Blundell(Foreword By)
176 pages, 32 plates with colour photos; b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
Publisher: Palatine Books
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  • Birdwatching Walks in Bowland ISBN: 9781910837054 Edition: 3 Paperback Jul 2016 In stock
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About this book

The county of Lancashire has at its heart a real gem. Boasting fells, marshes, moorland, rivers, rich woodlands and ancient picturesque settlements, the Forest of Bowland provides a wonderful variety of habitats for an amazing array of birds, some of them rare. Little wonder, then, that local authors David Hindle and John Wilson developed such a passion for exploring the area, and decided to write a book. Birdwatching Walks in Bowland, now in its third edition, reveals the many treasures on offer that can be enjoyed by all. Readers can choose from over 30 lovely routes, all with straightforward directions, easy-to-follow maps and useful birding tips.

Contents

Foreword
Authors' preface
Introduction

Walk 1 Quest for the mountain blackbird 1
Walk 1A Returning via the Head of Fiensdale to Bleasdale 5
Walk 2 The two rivers trail - Wenning and Lune 6
Walk 3 Birding on the Chipping Fells 10
Walk 4 The Hornby road 14
Walk 5 Dotterel over Pendle 18
Walk 6 Woodland treasures of Roeburndale 21
Walk 7 Longridge Fell circular 25
Walk 8 Crook o' Lune circular 28
Walk 9 The Tolkien birdwatching trail 32 Walk 9A Returning via Higher Hodder bridge 40
Walk 10 The Dunsop Bridge via Burholme circular 41
Walk 11 The Littledale trail 44
Walk 12 To the fells from historic Whitewell 47
Walk 13 East of Roeburndale 51
Walk 14 Light up the beacon 55
Walk 15 The Jubilee Tower trail 59
Walk 16 A stake-out by the Hodder: Chipping, Whitewell and Stakes 62
Walk 17 Tarnbrook to Ward's Stone and Rakehouse Road 68
Walk 18 Chipping circular via Hodder valley 72
Walk 19 Nicky Nook and Harrisend Fell 77
Walk 20 Gisburn Forest circular via Hesbert Hall and Bottom's Beck 81
Walk 21 Circular from Whitewell via a medieval deer park and Browsholme Hall 85
Walk 22 Abbeystead Lake 90
Walk 23 A trail along the Brock valley 93
Walk 23A Brock to Bleasdale circular 96
Walk 24 The Dunsop marathon 98
Walk 25 The best of Bowland: Slaidburn circular via Whitendale and the Hodder valley 103
Walk 26 Bowland's enigmatic circle 107
Walk 27 A time to take stock: Stocks Reservoir circular 111
Walk 28 Bowland's Wuthering Heights 118
Walk 29 Dunsop Bridge circular via Hareden 120
Walk 30 Winter spectacular: waders and wildfowl at Fluke Hall and Pilling 124
Walk 31 Birdwatching at Conder Green 129
Walk 31A Conder Green: the canal option 133
Walk 32 To Cockersands and back 134

Further reading 137
Birdwatching/Walking Notes 138

Customer Reviews

Wildlife Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: David John Hindle(Author), John Wilson(Author), Christine Dodding(Illustrator), Nicole Breaks(Illustrator), Peter Smith(Photographer), Mike Malpass(Photographer), Roy Rimmer(Photographer), Stan Craig(Photographer), John Weld-Blundell(Foreword By)
176 pages, 32 plates with colour photos; b/w photos, b/w illustrations, b/w maps
Publisher: Palatine Books
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