Foreword by Richard Williamson
92 black-and-white photos and illustrations
Paperback, 234 x 156 mm, 140 pages
Published by Imperator
RRP £12.99 / €14.99 / $15.99
Two Gulls and a Girl is Roxanne’s account of her survey of the seagull colony on Isla Perdiguera. Regular visitors will already have seen most of this work, but in piecemeal form. Now you can read it in the comfort of your arm-chair / bath-tub / bed / boat / aeroplane … or wherever you happen to be.
In order to keep the costs down the publisher has had to convert the photos to black and white – but to make up for it we have added a few more. All told, there are 89 photos and three drawings.
The foreword was written by well-known nature warden, Richard Williamson, who is the son of the man who wrote Tarka the Otter and other classics, and an author in his own right. Richard also reviewed the book in his local newspaper, the Chichester Observer.
For more information see the publisher’s website. Very nicely reviewed on Amazon, again by a complete stranger.
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