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The Life of Buzzards

by Peter Dare Whittles Publishing (March 11, 2016)

This is a much-needed and authoritative account of Common Buzzards gained from extensive studies by the author over 60 years and also from enthusiasts in this country and across northern Europe. The accounts...


A Natural History of Lighthouses

by John A Love Whittles Publishing (May 31, 2016)

This is the story of lightkeepers’ contributions to the natural history of lighthouses in conjunction with the history and maintenance of the manned navigation beacons – their primary function of course...


The Hen Harrier

by Don Scott Whittles Publishing (March 11, 2016)

The hen harrier is one of the iconic species of the bird world and its history is a mix of controversy, persecution, and recent patchy recovery. This book, a dedicated study of the bird in N. Ireland for over...


Running Wild

by Mike Tomkies Whittles Publishing (March 11, 2016)

Within days of arriving back from five years of studying bears, wolves and lynxes in Spain, he is up a wild cliff in Cornwall watching three peregrine falcon chicks from hatching to flying stage. We can follow...


Life with Birds

by Malcolm Smith Whittles Publishing (May 31, 2016)

Life with Birds uncovers the fascinating story of our interdependence with birds. The author weaves an amazing web of inter-relationships, from the Parsi funeral in Mumbai where birds of prey eat the dead; to...


Kestrels for Company

by Gordon Riddle Whittles Publishing (March 11, 2016)

An appealing book that rightfully raises the profile of the kestrel. It provides an extensive picture of this delightful falcon, including its lifestyle and the factors that affect its breeding success and survival....


Growing Barn Owls in My Garden

by Paul Hackney Whittles Publishing (March 11, 2016)

The barn owl is a ‘flagship’ species, at the top of the food chain, and its presence or absence is a good indicator of the health of the countryside. This is the enjoyable and informative story of the author’s...


Days with the Golden Eagle

by Paul Seton Gordon & Jim Crumley Whittles Publishing (May 31, 2016)

Writer and photographer, Seton Gordon, wrote 27 books over a period of several decades and most of these focused on the landscape and wildlife of the Highlands. Of all these books, one of the most acclaimed...


Call of the Eagle

by Dave Walker Whittles Publishing (March 11, 2016)

This is an account of one man's 30-year involvement with England's rarest bird, the golden eagle. Initially employed by the RSPB as a senior species protection warden at a secret location in Cumbria, the author...


Big Cats

by Rick Minter Whittles Publishing (February 10, 2016)

Right across Britain, people are making remarkable claims - they are reporting large feral cats resembling panthers, pumas and lynx. Month after month the sightings continue with citizens from all walks of life...


A Saga of Sea Eagles

by John A Love Whittles Publishing (May 31, 2016)

This is a much-needed update on a pioneering reintroduction project and its much-celebrated success. It also provides essential background and a logical and objective summary of its justification and significance...


A Life of Ospreys

by Dennis Roy Whittles Publishing (November 06, 2012)

Ospreys are one of our best known and best loved birds and the name Roy Dennis is not only synonymous with the successful return of the osprey to Scotland, but is also renowned for his international work with...


A Fieldworker's Guide to the Golden Eagle

by Dave Walker Whittles Publishing (October 02, 2017)

The Golden Eagle is generally thought to be a well-known and well-documented species. However, much of the available literature is not necessarily in a form that can readily be used in the field. In fact, although...