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Listen to the Trees

Biography / Memoir
By: Don MacCaskill
240 pages
Listen to the Trees
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  • Listen to the Trees ISBN: 9781870325349 Edition: 2 Hardback Mar 2007 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1 week
Price: £16.99
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Don MacCaskill was one of Scotland's foremost naturalists. This book gives an account of his first year at Ardgarten, as a young forester newly out of college. It is also an account of forestry in the days after WWII when the forest folk of that time, who often lived in isolated communities were interested in the work they were doing.

This is a new, enhanced hardback edition of the evocative story of Don's life, complemented by 60 additional photographs and specially commissioned drawings

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Biography / Memoir
By: Don MacCaskill
240 pages
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