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A sumptuous BBC TV tie-in chronicling a year in the life of the landscapes and wildlife of Europe's greatest wilderness: the Scottish Highlands.
Stephen Moss is a naturalist, author and TV producer. His TV credits include Springwatch, Birds Britannia, and Britain's Big Wildlife Revival, while his books include Wild Hares and Hummingbirds, A Bird in the Bush: a Social History of Birdwatching and Tweet of the Day. He has travelled to all seven continents to film and write about wildlife. Stephen is one of Britain's leading nature writers with a monthly column in the Guardian. He also writes for the Daily Mail, Daily Telegraph and magazines including Birdwatch, BBC Wildlife and Countryfile. Laurie Campbell is one of Scotland's best known natural history and landscape photographers. A self-taught naturalist, Laurie was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award at the third annual RSPB Nature of Scotland Awards in November 2014. After graduating with a degree in photography at Napier University in 1985 Laurie became Scotland's first full-time professional nature photographer. Since then he -has dedicated over 35 years to photographing Scotland's distinctive wildlife and flora.
Well-researched, topical text and magnificent photography in a contemporary take on iconic landscapes that will attract many to the UK's prime wildlife haven. * BBC Wildlife * Laurie is, in my opinion, the finest nature photographer working in the British Isles at the current time. A consummate professional ... he is a master of field craft as well as innovation -- Polly Pullar * Scot's Magazine * With such instantly captivating photography, it can be easy to overlook the importance of Highlands' text... There is no drum-banging, heavy science or aggression. His [Stephen Moss'] tone, like that of Laurie, is that of an intensely knowledgeable naturalist who cares deeply. -- Polly Pullar * Scot's Magazine * Stephen Moss and Laurie Campbell have produced a reflection of all that encompasses the Highlands, summarising brilliantly in words and photographs the reason why Scotland's unique, constantly threatened wildlife is so precious. -- Polly Pullar * Scot's Magazine *