|Title:||Where the Golden Eagle Soars|
|Publisher:||Hodder and Stoughton|
|Tags:||nature, non-fiction, Scotland|
“The purpose of this book is to tell the reader (of any age) something about one of the most fascinating countries in the world; the hills, lochs and glens, that are known as the Highlands of Scotland; and at the same time sound a warning of the dangers which year after year cost careless visitors their lives. It is of course hard for them to believe that in this thickly populated island there are still places so wide and open that a man can lose himself utterly . . .
“The Highlands are the last stronghold of the native birds, beasts and fishes that once roamed the forests of Britain: the great red deer, the wild-cat, the sable-like pine marten, the golden eagle and other seldom-seen predatory birds, the huge capercailzie which is ~ The giant of the grouse family, the wild goose, the ptarmigan which winter and summer live in the high tops, and a host of smaller birds now rare in the south, such as the crossbill, the redshank and the grey wagtail.--back cover. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Johns, W. E. (William Earl)
William Earl Johns (1893-1968), better known as Capt. W. E. Johns, was a British author noted for his juvenile fiction featuring stories about pilots and flying. Johns first career was as a sanitary inspector but he soon gave it up to enlist in the army at the beginning of World War I. He saw action during the Gallipoli Campaign and also served garrison duty in Egypt. Afterwards he applied to serve in the Royal Flying Corps. He was posted to a flying school in England where he trained pilots. In the 1930s he began to write fiction basing his stories on his flying experience. All told he wrote over 150 novels and short stories for young boys and girls. (wejohns.com)
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