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A comprehensive account of the natural and human history of the Irish coastline
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Richard Nairn has lived by the sea all his life. His first job was as a nature reserve warden on sand dunes in Northern Ireland. He has a comprehensive knowledge of the coast and its natural history from his career in nature conservation and environmental research. His book, Wild Wicklow (1998) was popular and well received. A photographer, naturalist, sailor and fisherman, he explores all facets of the Irish coast in this book.Review:
"The numerous photographs of landscapes and representative organisms are excellent...helpful to visitors and natives alike." 'Our coastline, with its richly diverse habitats and species, is a threshold of imagination, for which this book is a valuable guide and companion.' Michael Viney 'This book, using excellent narrative and beautiful photographs, leaves you excited about Ireland and everything our coastline has to offer' Coast 'Richard Nairn writes well and has done huge research' Flying Fish 'A most handsome book' The Irish Times 'Accessible scientist's-eye view of our coastlines' Sunday Business Post 'A book to read and learn from' Irish Independent 'A major celebration of our island's diverse shores' Irish Mountain Log 'The pictures will capture the imaginations of all ages and Nairn provides a comprehensive account of the natural and human history of the coastline' The Sunday World magazine
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Book Description Collins Pr, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1905172400
Book Description Collins Pr, 2007. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. new title edition. 232 pages. 10.79x8.58x0.55 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1905172400
Book Description Collins Pr, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1905172400