Lockley was a hugely influential figure in natural history and was lauded by Sir Peter Scott and Richard Adams, the author of Watership Down, who also used him as a character in his book The Plague Dogs. Amy Liptrot, the author of The Outrun, has written the introduction.
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About the Author
Ronald Lockley was a Welsh naturalist and ornithologist, who wrote over fifty books on the natural world, including Dream Island, Island Days, Letters from Skokholm and The Private Life of the Rabbit, an important source for Watership Down.