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The Song of the Sandpiper Memoir of a Scottish Naturalist

Biography / Memoir
By: John Morton Boyd
240 pages, Col illus, b/w line illus
The Song of the Sandpiper
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  • The Song of the Sandpiper ISBN: 9781841070032 Hardback Dec 1999 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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The late John Morton Boyd was a pioneer of nature conservation in Scotland, with a career spanning more than forty years. His memoir has many voices: the romantic explorer and artist in exotic places, the gifted scientist, and the ardent lover of nature. A fascinating account by a man who flung himself at life, and his interest in the harmonies of nature.

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Biography / Memoir
By: John Morton Boyd
240 pages, Col illus, b/w line illus
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