RSPB British Birds of Prey
RSPB British Birds of Prey is a celebration of British raptors, with 200 stunning colour photographs by acclaimed raptor photographer Stig Frode Olsen, and an authoritative text by Marianne Taylor.
It's a showcase of these fabulous birds, that also highlights the diverse work of the RSPB in ensuring their survival.
This book tells the story of Britain's birds of prey, and how changing attitudes have affected their fortunes over the years.
Britain has 15 species of native raptors and just five owls, but among them are some of the world's most iconic and spectacular birds.
Learn the stories of each of the species and some of the fascinating individuals, like the cyclist-hating buzzard of the West Country and the senior citizen osprey pair at Loch of the Lowes, who have produced 55 eggs there since 1991, as well as the recovery of the UK's marsh harrier population from just three birds in 1971, to nearly 400 pairs today.
A fantastic and inspiring book.
- By Stig Frode Olsen and Marianne Taylor |200 stunning photographs
- 224 pages Hardback ISBN 9781408128497
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If you love raptors - get it. The photographs are nothing short of miraculous.
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