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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    Mike Tomkies
  • ISBN:
    0708920357
  • ISBN13:
    978-0708920350
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  • Publisher:
    Ulverscroft (January 1, 1989)
  • Pages:
    488 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Biological Sciences
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Mike Tomkies gave up his life as a journalist in Hollywood to study grizzly bears in Canada, later settling in the remote lochside cottage where he wrote Golden Eagle Years, which he recently republished with a new introduction after it had been out of print for a decade

Mike Tomkies gave up his life as a journalist in Hollywood to study grizzly bears in Canada, later settling in the remote lochside cottage where he wrote Golden Eagle Years, which he recently republished with a new introduction after it had been out of print for a decade. His bestseller, A Last Wild Place, was commended by the Duke of Edinburgh and in 1988 he was made an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland.

Start by marking On Wing And Wild Water as Want to Read . Yolen introduces us to her bird-loving family, and uses her son's gorgeous photographs of birds in the wild as inspiration for short, delicious poems.

Start by marking On Wing And Wild Water as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. My son enjoyed these poems at age 9, but I can also see this being enjoyed by middle school students and adults as well. Poetic images created by words, sharp, vivid photography, and a few bird facts here and there delight the senses.

Latterly Mike Tomkies was based in an Elizabethan Farmstead in Henfield, England still writing his books and always observing the world that surrounded hi. On Wing and Wild Water, Jonathan Cape (1987).

Latterly Mike Tomkies was based in an Elizabethan Farmstead in Henfield, England still writing his books and always observing the world that surrounded him. He appeared in the documentary film Last of the Scottish Wildcats (Coffee Films 2006) and became the patron for a new charity, the Scottish Wildcat Association in 2009, who also recognised his achievements naming him an Honorary Member of the Association for life. Moobli, Jonathan Cape (1988)

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Author:Tomkies, Mike. He gave up his life as a journalist in Hollywood to study grizzly bear and cougar in Canada, later settling in remote lochside cottage in the Western Highlands, where he wrote Golden Eagle Years, On Wing and Wild Water, and Out of the Wild. His book A Last Wild Place - about the whole cycle of nature in his 300 square miles of trackless Scottish hillside - was commended by the Duke of Edinburgh and became a bestseller. Country of Publication.

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On wing and wild water. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove On wing and wild water from your list? On wing and wild water. Published 1987 by J. Cape in London.

The author filmed and recorded single-handed the secret lives of three of the rarest birds in Britain - the black throated divers that breed each year near his cottage in the Scottish Highlands, peregrine falcons, and the golden eagle.