For centuries, Loch Lomondside has been celebrated for its outstanding scenery. The area supports a rich tapestry of water and wild land, forest and woodland, farmland and settlement. It includes architectural and archaeological features of considerable importance, and has been celebrated by many great writers including Walter Scott, John Ruskin and William Wordsworth. Loch Lomondside is one of the most popular countryside destinations in Scotland, attracting more than 2 million visitors each year. Over 70 percent of the population of Scotland are less than 1 hour's travelling time from the area. This book covers the history of the Loch and its people, forestry, agriculture and fisheries, the natural history, recreational activities, and conservation, past, present and future. It complements other regional volumes in the "New Naturalist" series.
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John Mitchell was employed in nature conservation on Loch Lomondside for over 27 years, initially as Senior Reserve Warden for the Nature Conservancy Council and subsequently as area Officer for Scottish Natural Heritage. He has also been actively involved in teaching, both as a lecturer and summer tutor for university further education departments, specialising in the wildlife and local history interest of the Loch Lomond area.
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Book Description Trafalgar Square, 2001. Paperback. Book Condition: New. illustrated edition. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0002201461