Scottish Birds: Culture and Tradition

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Mercat Press, 2001 - Birds - 303 pages
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Contents

BIRDS IN SCOTLAND FROM THE ICE AGE TO
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AD 01600
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The Seventeenth Century
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Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Dr F. M. Hull, always known as Robin, was Professor of General Practice at the free University of Amsterdam and also taught General Practice at Birmingham Medical School. He is the author of several medical publications and, as a lifelong birdwatcher, he has published many articles on birds in The Countryman, The Scots Magazine and elsewhere. He now lives in Perthshire, and broadcasts weekly on local radio in a series called Birds and Words. He started the annual Birdathon competition on Tayside which raises money for charity.

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