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Description - Wild Land by Mark Hamblin

The diverse habitats in the Cairngorms, Britain's largest National Park, are home to an unrivalled variety of wildlife, including the Golden Eagle, Osprey, Pine Marten, Red Deer, Red Fox and Mountain Hare. The mountain zone of the Cairngorms is the highest and most massive range of arctic mountain landscape anywhere in the British Isles, and the forests contain remnants of the original 'Great Wood of Caledon'. Over several years, wildlife and landscape photographers Peter Cairns and Mark Hamblin have captured the spirit of this special part of the world in a series of evocative images. Although led by stunning wildlife scenes and images of forest, mountain and moorland, this beautiful large-format book not only describes the history and management of each species, but also takes a look back at the animals of Scotland's past and glances into the future of Scottish wildlife, making a plea for the importance of nurturing our precious land.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781841586915
ISBN-10: 1841586919
Format: Paperback
(232mm x 305mm x 10mm)
Pages: 144
Imprint: Birlinn Ltd
Publisher: Birlinn General
Publish Date: 28-Apr-2008
Country of Publication: United Kingdom

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Author Biography - Mark Hamblin

Peter Cairns lives in Kincraig in the heart of the Cairngorms. He works as a freelance nature photographer and guide. Mark Hamblin has been involved in nature photography since his teens. He worked in the Peak District for many years before moving to the Scottish Highlands, where he now lives.