Inglorious Conflict In The Uplands. In this book Mark Avery makes the case for banning driven grouse shooting. There is too much illegal killing of wildlife, such as Buzzards, Golden Eagles, and, most egregiously of all, Hen Harriers; and, as a land use, it wrecks the ecology of the hills. However, grouse shooting is economically important, and it is a great British tradition. All of these, and other points of view, are given fair and detailed treatment and analysis - and the author talks to a range of people on different sides of the debate.
Paperback 320 pages.
Approx: 12.9 x 19.8 cm.