Listen to the Trees

Don MacCaskill

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Synopsis: The life story of one of Scotland's foremost naturalists and a remarkable wildlife photographer

Review: 'Listen to the Trees will inspire all those with an interest in nature. It is a beautiful account, strongly anecdotal and filled with humour.' DR RENNIE McCOWAN 'Enthralling... it gave me more pleasure than any book I have read for years.' THE GUARDIAN on On the Swirl of the Tide '...suspense, marvellous scenery and practical information... good armchair reading and more. Don's photographs are superb.' EVENING STANDARD on The Blood is Wild

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Title: Listen to the Trees
Publisher: Whittles Publishing
Publication Date: 2007
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