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By: Laurie Campbell(Illustrator), Anna Levin(Author), Sir John Lister-Kaye(Foreword By)
128 pages, colour photos
The Eurasian otter (Lutra lutra) is one of the most appealing wild mammals to be found in Britain. After years of decline it is now enjoying a remarkable recovery, and is now a welcome sight in many British rivers. This beautifully illustrated book, featuring specially-commissioned photography by award-wining nature photographer Laurie Campbell, follows a year in the life of river otters in the River Tweed, a river Laurie has known well all his life. In addition to seasonal observations of the otter's year together with other details about river life, Otters: Return to the River also includes personal reflections from Laurie about his career as a wildlife photographer that has taken him all over the world.
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Laurie Campbell is one of Scotland's leading natural history and landscape photographers. His award-winning photographs regularly feature in magazines, books and exhibitions. In addition to a number of books, Laurie writes regularly for Outdoor Photography (UK) magazine and has appeared in the television programmes Wildshots and The Photoshow. To date he has won 23 awards (including 3 Category Winners) in the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition.
Anna Levin is a freelance writer based in West Lothian. She has written for numerous publications, including the BBC Wildlife Magazine.
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