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"An utter delight" - Jennifer Tetlow. In the Encounters in the Wild series, renowned nature writer Jim Crumley gets up close and personal with British wildlife - here, the badger. With his inimitable passion and vision, Jim relives memorable encounters with some of our best-loved native species, offering intimate insights into their extraordinary lives.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 64 pages
  • 120 x 180 x 15mm | 149g
  • Glasgow, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Illustrations throughout
  • 1910192627
  • 9781910192627
  • 495,993

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Praise for Jim Crumley: "An utter delight. I cried more than once for the sheer beauty of the writing and descriptions of watching wildlife." - Jennifer Tetlow. "The most gifted writer where nature writing and mountain writing meet" - Jim Perrin for The Great Outdoors. "The best nature writer working in Britain today." - The Los Angeles Times. "Enthralling and often strident." - The Observer. "Tinglingly readable ... Crumley's distinctive voice carries you with him on his dawn forays and sunset vigils." - Sir John Lister-Kaye, The Herald. "Nature writing with passion, honesty, even poetry" - Scottish Review of Books. "Virtuoso writing" - BBC Countryfile.
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About Jim Crumley

"Scotland's foremost living nature writer" The Courier. Jim Crumley is a nature writer, journalist and poet with 30 books to his name, mostly on the landscape and wildlife of Scotland. As a highly knowledgable and inspiring wildlife expert, he is in high demand as a contributor for TV and radio, as well as publications such as the The Scotsman and BBC Wildlife.
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