Going About The Country - With Your Eyes Open

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Going About The Country - With Your Eyes Open

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Length: 199 pages2 hours


This classic book offers the reader advice and instructions on how to best appreciate nature, the countryside, and walking in the Great Outdoors. It aims to enlighten the reader as to what to look out for and how to identify various things ranging from trees to wildlife and beyond. “Going About The Country - With Your Eyes Open” is highly recommended for nature lovers and is perfect for those looking for new ways to appreciate their natural surroundings. Contents include: "Eyes that See”, “The Art of Sitting Down”, “Woodcraft”, “Eyes and no Eyes in the Woods”, “Signs and Tokens”, “The Woodman's Secrets”, “How to Call the Birds and Beasts”, “Some Uses of Hazel and Ash”, “How to Know the Trees”, “Our Friend the Gamekeeper”, “Thoughts on Trespassing”, “Odd Hours of Sport”, etc. Many vintage books such as this are increasingly scarce and expensive. It is with this in mind that we are republishing this volume now in an affordable, modern, high-quality edition complete with a specially-commissioned new biography of the author.
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