Northern Scotland, Highlands & Islands
BIC code: 1DBKSH
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- Hardback - TSO
The Cairngorms are arguably the most significant area for nature conservatism in the British Isles. This work presents a review of the significance of the area's natural features. It assesses the nature of change, assessing the scale and consequences of climate change, deer management and recreation.
- Add to BasketNorth-West Highlands
- Hardback - Scottish Mountaineering Club
This hillwalking guide describes routes on 295 peaks north and west of the Great Glen, including all the Munros, Corbetts and Grahams, plus a number of other notable hills.
- Add to BasketNorthern Highlands
- Paperback - Pocket Mountains
40 circular walks around the spectacular mountain forms of the Northern Highlands are featured in this guide. The routes take in all of the Munros in that area, many of the Corbetts and a number of other great hills.
- Add to BasketNo Tragic Story: The Fall Of The House Of Campbell
- Paperback - John Donald
From exile, the ninth Earl of Argyll joined the unstable and mrecurial Duke of Monmouth in a plot against the new king, James I. The Earl was captured and executed and the fate of the clan removed a force for stability in the Highlands.
- Add to BasketA Naturalist's Shetland
- Hardback - T. & A. D. Poyser
One of Britain's natural treasures, the Shetland Islands are spectacular with their varied geology, wonderful landscape and special flora and fauna. This book describes all the wildlife of Shetland and is illustrated with photographs and sketches.