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The Natural History of Orkney

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By RJ Berry, published by Collins 1985. First softback edition in the popular New Naturalist Library series. 304 pages with 20 colour plates and over 100 B&W photographs and diagrams. Traces the evolution of the island, a very special place for naturalists, from its geological creation to the impact of oil technology and includes definitive lists of all the species of flora and fauna on record and an extensive bibliography. A scarce title in an iconic series.

Very good condition with tight binding, flat spine and no internal markings. Slight discolouration to page edges and some very minor external indentations to cover.

Item details

Added value:
First softback edition
Author(s):
RJ Berry
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
304
Publisher:
Collins
Title:
The Natural History of Orkney

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By RJ Berry, published by Collins 1985. First softback edition in the popular New Naturalist Library series. 304 pages with 20 colour plates and over 100 B&W photographs and diagrams. Traces the evolution of the island, a very special place for naturalists, from its geological creation to the impact of oil technology and includes definitive lists of all the species of flora and fauna on record and an extensive bibliography. A scarce title in an iconic series.

Very good condition with tight binding, flat spine and no internal markings. Slight discolouration to page edges and some very minor external indentations to cover.

Added value:
First softback edition
Author(s):
RJ Berry
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
304
Publisher:
Collins
Title:
The Natural History of Orkney

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