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A Fieldworker’s Guide to the Golden Eagle A Fieldworker’s Guide to the Golden Eagle by Dave Walker

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 much existing information ab... more...

A Last Wild PlaceA Last Wild Place by Mike  Tomkies

Mike Tomkies gives a remarkable picture of the whole cycle of nature around him, in a harsh and testing environment of unrivalled beauty. Vivid colours and sounds fill these pages – exotic wild orchids, the roar of rutting stags, a pair of dragon... more...

Camp 21 ComrieCamp 21 Comrie by Valerie Campbell

Camp 21 Comrie, also known as Cultybraggan Camp, is the UK’s best preserved prisoner of war camp. Lying in the heart of rural Perthshire in Scotland, the camp’s history is a fascinating one. Built two miles south of the village of Comrie as... more...

Dive Scapa FlowDive Scapa Flow by Rod Macdonald

Dive Scapa Flow has been THE definitive guide to diving the fabled wrecks of Scapa Flow, one of the world’s greatest wreck diving locations.  This completely re-written and updated centenary edition is produced to c... more...

Diving for TreasureDiving for Treasure by Vic VerlindenStefan Panis

This book recounts the efforts over many years to dive wrecks that contained treasure in one form or another. The often prolonged and sometimes dangerous expeditions tell of dives to many ships that were wrecked while carrying tons of gold or other val... more...

Golden StripesGolden Stripes by Captain VS Parani

Although merchant ships carry 90% of the world’s trade, the mariners who run them have little guidance on leadership. This can result in disasters such as the Titanic, Costa Concordia, the Exxon Valdez, and the recent El Far... more...

Last Voyage to WewakLast Voyage to Wewak by Simon J.  Hall

This is a thought-provoking work, capturing the march of time which overtook the maritime world in the last quarter of the 20th century. The final crumbling of the British register caused officers like Hall to find themselves in a strange new world, sa... more...

Life and Death on Little RossLife and Death on Little Ross by David R.  Collin

Little Ross is an attractive and unspoiled island and its lighthouse, beautifully designed by the famous Stevenson family, is officially a 'lesser' light, far away from busy sea lanes, at the summit of this remote island.

The isl... more...

Literature of the Gaelic LandscapeLiterature of the Gaelic Landscape by John Murray

WAS £16.99 - NOW £13.49

From the comfort of an armchair and with the aid of this new book, the reader can travel to the Breadalbane and Argyll of Duncan Bàn Macintyre; th... more...

MediterraneanMediterranean by Huw Kingston

WAS £19.99 - NOW £15.99

Huw's journey around the shores that gave bi... more...

Money TalksMoney Talks by Bob Whittington

Money Talks is a fast-paced history of the humble British coin, the events which at times literally shaped it and the stories reflected in its creation.

It has been used to barter and to bribe, to hold a cloak in place and to pay a k... more...

Reviving Palmyra in Multiple Dimensions: Reviving Palmyra in Multiple Dimensions: by Minna SilverGabriele FangiAhmet Denker

This book provides a visual reconstruction of Palmyra, a World Heritage Site situated in Syria, which flourished in Greco-Roman times. Palmyra is situated in a desert oasis and served as a vibrant caravan station on the Silk Road connecting the Roman w... more...

Running South AmericaRunning South America by Katharine Lowrie

WAS £19.99 - NOW £15.99

It is the story of two everyday runners, Katharine and David, who decided to take on a continent and learn how to run again – barefoot, pushing the... more...

Scottish Lighthouse PioneersScottish Lighthouse Pioneers by Paul A.  Lynn

In the 19th century, the Stevenson engineers pioneered marvellous lighthouses around the coasts of Scotland – lighthouses which inspire with their architectural elegance, and speak of compassion for sailors and fishermen risking their li... more...

Shorebirds in ActionShorebirds in Action by Richard Chandler

Shorebirds, or waders, are a large group of small to medium-sized birds that occur worldwide, in a wide range of predominantly coastal or wetland habitats. Some species are largely sedentary whilst others are amongst the world’s most migratory bird s... more...

Southern LightsSouthern Lights by Guinevere Nalder

Southern Lights recounts the story of how New Zealand's lighthouses were established through the transfer of technology from Scotland to New Zealand over a period of almost 90 years. This resulted in most of New Zealand's lighthouses b... more...

The Biology and Management of Animal WelfareThe Biology and Management of Animal Welfare by Frauke  OhlRory Putmanand members of DWM, Utrecht

This book provides a concise and up to date review of current knowledge on the biological processes affecting animal welfare, and the implications emerging from our improved understanding of those biological principles in terms of options available to ... more...

The Grey Wolves of EribollThe Grey Wolves of Eriboll by David M. Hird

The surrender of the German U-boat fleet at the end of World War II was perhaps the principal event in the war’s endgame which signified to the British people that peace really had arrived.

This revised, updated and expanded ne... more...

Understanding Animal BehaviourUnderstanding Animal Behaviour by Rory Putman

This accessible introduction to animal behaviour provides an authoritative yet reader-friendly guide for the interested naturalist. It presents current knowledge about the way animals behave and will enable the reader to derive more pleasure from their... more...

What a Life!What a Life! by Ted Blackbrow

From his humble beginnings in London’s East End, Ted Blackbrow went on to become one of the UK’s greatest press photographers. Thrown out of a good grammar school at 15, Ted embarked on a career that would see him photograph members of the ... more...

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