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    Publisher: Sandstone Press

    The Ancient Pinewoods of Scotland: A Traveller's Guide

    £24.99
    Scattered across the Scottish Highlands are the last surviving remnants of the Caledonian forest which have survived since the last ice age. Visiting these ancient woods provides an emotional connection to the people who lived and worked there over the centuries.
    ISBN: 9781908737250
    AuthorClifton Bain
    Pub Date18/04/2013
    BindingHardback
    Pages192
    Availability: In Stock

    Scattered across the Scottish Highlands are the last surviving remnants of the Caledonian forest which have survived, naturally seeding and growing since the last ice age. Visiting these ancient woods provides an emotional connection to the past with visible traces of the people who lived and worked there over the centuries. There is also a chance to look forward, after one of the greatest conservation success stories means a new future for the pinewoods and their spectacular wildlife. This journey to the pinewoods offers a natural spectacle alongside a rich cultural heritage. Lavishly illustrated with many colour photographs, maps, and drawings by wildlife artist Darren Rees.

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    Scattered across the Scottish Highlands are the last surviving remnants of the Caledonian forest which have survived, naturally seeding and growing since the last ice age. Visiting these ancient woods provides an emotional connection to the past with visible traces of the people who lived and worked there over the centuries. There is also a chance to look forward, after one of the greatest conservation success stories means a new future for the pinewoods and their spectacular wildlife. This journey to the pinewoods offers a natural spectacle alongside a rich cultural heritage. Lavishly illustrated with many colour photographs, maps, and drawings by wildlife artist Darren Rees.