From the publisher:
A reprint of the classic eagle book from one of the pioneers of nature writing. Seton Gordon was among the first to observe in some detail – through countless hours in his hide – the daily life of the golden eagle and to present in his books an account of their habitat, diet and behaviour. But his writing was much more than that – his books are interwoven with acute observation and his narrative possesses a clarity that ensures the reader sees as much as Seton Gordon himself saw. From life day to day on the eyrie through the different Scottish landscapes and the interaction of the eagles with other wildlife, it is all covered and in his inimitable style.