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Geology of Clydesdale and Arran : embracing also the marine zoology and the flora of Arran, with complete list of species, notes on the rarer insects of Arran, and notices of its scenery and antiquities - Bryce, James, 1806-1877

The geology of Arran and the other Clyde islands with an account of the botany, natural history, and antiquities, notices of the scenery and an itinerary of the routes - Bryce, James, 1806-1877

View of the mineralogy, agriculture, manufactures and fisheries of the island of Arran. With notices of antiquities, and suggestions for improving the agriculture and fisheries of the Highlands and isles of Scotland - Headrick, James, d. 1841

The cruise of the Betsey. or, A summer ramble among the fossiliferous deposits of the Hebrides - Miller, Hugh, 1802-1856

The mesozoic rocks of Applecross, Raasay, and North-East Skye - Lee, G. W. (Gabriel Warton), 1880-1928

A' Sealg

Ardenmohr among the hills. A record of scenery and sports in the Highlands of Scotland - Abbott, Samuel

Sporting days - Colquhoun, John, 1805-1885

Forays among salmon and deer - Conway, James

Shooting and salmon fishing, and Highland sport - Grimble, Augustus, b. 1840

Reminiscences of the Lews; or, twenty years' wild sport in the Hebrides - Hely-Hutchinson, G. W

Short sketches of the wild sports and natural history of the Highlands - St. John, Charles, 1809-1856

A tour in Sutherlandshire : with extracts from the field-books of a sportsman and naturalist (Volume 1) - t. John, Charles, 1809-1856

A tour in Sutherlandshire : with extracts from the field-books of a sportsman and naturalist (Volume 2) - St. John, Charles, 1809-1856

Excursions to Arran, Ailsa Craig, and the two Cumbraes, with reference to the natural history of these islands. To which are added, directions for laying out seaweeds, and preparing them for the herbarium - Landsborough, D. (David), 1779-1854

A hundred years in the Highlands - MacKenzie, Osgood Hanbury, 1842-1922

Days of deer-stalking in the Scottish Highlands; including an account of the nature and habits of the red deer, a description of the Scottish forests, and historical notes on the earlier field-sports of Scotland .. - Scrope, William, 1772-1852

Days and nights of salmon fishing in the Tweed; with a short account of the natural history and habits of the salmon, instructions to sportsmen, anecdotes, etc - Scrope, William, 1772-1852

Loch Creran: notes from the West Highlands - Smith, William Anderson, b. 1842


Colonsay, one of the Hebrides, its plants: their local names and usses--legends, ruins, and place-names--Gaelic names of birds, fishes, etc.--climate, geological formation, etc - McNeill, Murdoch

Studies of nature on the coast of Arran - Milner, George, 1829-1914


Wild life in the West Highlands - Alston, Charles Henry

The moor and the loch : containing minute instructions in all Highland sports : with wanderings over crag and correl, "Flood and fell" - Colquhoun, John, 1805-1885

The land of the hills and the glens; wild life in Iona and the Inner Hebrides - Gordon, Seton Paul, b. 1886

The birds of Iona & Mull - Graham, Henry Davenport, 1825-1872

The birds of the west of Scotland : including the outer Hebrides, with occasional records of the occurrence of the rarer species throughout Scotland generally - Gray, Robert, 1825-1887


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