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Wild life in the West Highlands

Alston, Charles Henry.

Wild life in the West Highlands

by Alston, Charles Henry.

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Published by James Maclehose .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementCharles Henry Alson ; with illustrations by A. Scott Rankin.
The Physical Object
Paginationx,217p. :
Number of Pages217
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21029341M

This guide covers a substantial area of Scotland’s western seaboard. The walks divide simply into mountain and coastal routes. A clifftop walk starting at Stoer gives stunning views of Quinag and Ben More and the Outer Hebridean islands, while another route starts from Shieldaig, a picturesque village facing west towards the Applecross peninsula.   Catching the night train to the Scottish Highlands through the west Highlands with a wary eye. Lonely houses dotted the glens as we passed through Bridge of Orchy and the wild barren expanse.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Alston, Charles Henry. Wild life in the West Highlands. Glasgow: J. Maclehose and Sons, (OCoLC) Excerpt from Wild Life in the West Highlands Throughout a life spent much out of doors, I have endeavoured to cultivate the habit of observation, and now offer to my fellow-lovers of birds and beasts the following nature studies of Wild Life in the West : Charles Henry Alston.

Wild Life in the West Highlands THE WOLF IN SCOTLAND WHEN Caesar and his legions first invaded Britain, and for ages previous to that event, by far the greater portion of these Islands was covered with dense forest, widely extending marshes, wild.

Genre/Form: Book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Alston, Charles Henry. Wild life in the West Highlands. Glasgow: J. Maclehose and Sons, Title. Wild life in the West Highlands / By. Alston, Charles Henry. Type. Book Material.

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Clare decides to give up her wild life and live in an isolated cottage in Scotland. As she struggles to cope, and gets involved in the local community, her past gradually emerges into the open.

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This book is full of heroes and villians, and is a fair. FROM the world’s second-largest fish, to the majestic sea eagle and the playful dolphin, there’s a wealth of wildlife to be found across the west highlands.

Full text of "Wild life in the West Highlands" See other formats. “Audiences see personalities on shows interacting with wild animals as if they were not dangerous or, at the other extreme, provoking them to give viewers an adrenaline rush.

Mostly, the animals just want to be left alone, so it’s not surprising that these entertainers are seriously hurt or even killed on rare occasions. This wildlife holiday in Scotland is a fresh way to experience the fantastic and diverse wildlife of the Scottish Highlands.

Rather than being a list-ticking trip, it’s designed to be a fun and informative multi-activity trip across the Highlands.5/5(20). (1) Animal Secrets Told: A Book of “Whys” (2) Wild Life in the West Highlands (3) The Sheep and Its Cousins (4) The Marine Mammals in the Anatomical Museum of the University of Edinburgh (5) The Growth of Groups in the Animal Kingdom.

Wild camp in flower-covered dunes and retreat to ancient inns with roaring fires and even warmer welcomes. In this inspiring compendium you will find the best of Scotland’s unspoiled Highlands and Islands.

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Wildlife on the West Highland Way. When you are undertaking a walking holiday in Scotland, or indeed anywhere, one of the main attractions is the wildlife that may be encountered en West Highland Way offers great scope to view and experience wildlife along its entire length and a little knowledge of what to expect can add an extra dimension to the walk.

The Highlands of Scotland offers limitless opportunities to watch wildlife and enjoy nature. The Moray Firth on the east coast is home to the world’s most northerly resident population of bottlenose dolphins and there are increasing numbers of sightings of other cetaceans.

To the south-west is Fort William and the country’s highest peak, Ben Nevis.Description: While this is by far the longest day of hiking on the West Highland Way, you’re walking in some of the finest scenery in the Highlands. You’ll climb up past Loch Tulla, then across the remote and wild area of Rannoch Moor to Glencoe.Wild camp in flower-covered dunes and retreat to ancient inns with roaring fires and even warmer welcomes.

In this inspiring compendium you will find the best of Scotland’s unspoiled Highlands and Islands. Featuring stunning photography and engaging travel writing, this is the perfect guide for those seeking a wild adventure.