2 edition of guide to Shetland birds found in the catalog.
guide to Shetland birds
by Shetland Times in Lerwick ((Prince Alfred St.), Lerwick, Shetland (ZE1 0EP))
Written in English
Previous ed., i.e. Rev. ed. 1972.
|Statement||by Bobby Tulloch and Fred Hunter.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||45,(16)p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||45|
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Almost 1, miles of coastline offer a range of habitats for everything. The Shetland Guide Book, third edition was published in May This page travel guide is a handy pocket size (xmm).
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