A Scottish Wildlife Odyssey – In search of Scotland’s Wild Secrets A Scottish Wildlife Odyssey is a five-month voyage of nature discovery (from southernmost Scotland to Shetland) that includes familiar and lesser-known wildlife locations. It is a personal journey written in engaging style by well-known nature writer Keith Broomfield as he seeks out some of Scotland’s more unusual creatures, including those under the sea. Wild goats, crooning eiders, white-blushed blackthorns, pregnant seals, screeching terns, flying sea trolls, bottlenose dolphins, mysterious cuckoos, speedy slow worms, bonxies, sea eagles, jellyfish swarms and water voles living in high-rise burrows – they are all part of a large supporting cast in this standalone sequel to If Rivers Could Sing: A Scottish River Wildlife Journey. ‘During a difficult year, A Scottish Wildlife Odyssey steps out as a beautiful, lyrical new nature book that will allow readers to experience the beauty of Scotland without ever leaving their homes.’ The Publishing Post, Anticipated Reads of 2022 In If Rivers Could Sing, ‘@BroomfieldKeith and @TippermuirBooks takes us on a journey of discovery, with observations of the fauna and flora surrounding the river that poetically reveal Scotland’s breath-taking natural beauty.’ Saltire Society, Scotland’s National Book Awards 2021
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