A Natural History of the Island and its People
- A stunningly illustrated doorway to a unique island world.
- Explores the remarkable depth and diversity of the Isle of Mull's natural history, the status of species and challenges they face.
- Compelling real-world examples of how people, wildlife and landscape coexist.
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- natural history
- popular wildlife
- Mull is indisputably one of the most wonderful areas in Britain for wildlife. Here at last is a book worthy of the place. Stephen Littlewood's authoritative text and Martin Jones' beautiful images will make any Mull visit deeper, richer and much more rewarding.
—Mark Cocker author and naturalist
- This is the book I wish I had in my pocket as I explored this rich, varied, and magical island as a boy. The perfect guide to this perfect place.
—Gordon Buchanan, wildlife filmmaker and presenter
About the Author
After ‘discovering’ nature on forays among the fields and dykes of Romney Marsh, Kent, an academic career focused on supporting sustainable communities and promoting thriving green environments throughout the UK and Europe. Now resident on the Isle of Mull, Stephen continues to be surprised and delighted by all things wild.
Martin is an award-winning photographer. His interest in wildlife photography led him to the Isle of Mull, beginning a love affair with the island, where he retired with his wife, Stella. Their interest in biodiversity resulted in a huge catalogue of photographs of Mull's unique scenery, fauna, flora and fungi.
- 312 pages
- 228 colour photographs, 1 map, 1 graph
- 4 tables
- BISAC NAT010000; NAT011000; 126.96.36.199.0.0.0
- BIC WNC; PSAF; 1DBKS