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WILD LIFE IN THE WESTERN HIGHLANDS*

Nature volume 150, pages 1213 (04 July 1942) | Download Citation

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THE War has little affected the Western Highlands. It has, of course, been in the favour of those animals and birds which are sometimes classed as vermin. But I think that this is a narrow-minded and repellent term, given by those whose lives were formerly devoted to the care (and then the destruction) of the red grouse.

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