Scots pine winter nature guide
Scots pine winter nature guide
Scots pine winter nature guide
Scots pine winter nature guide
Scots pine winter nature guide
Scots pine winter nature guide
Scots pine winter nature guide

Scots pine winter nature guide

£4.75

Walking through the silent pine forest, the air is crisp and your breath forms clouds of condensation. A light dusting of snow covers the frozen ground and your boots crunch on fallen needles. You pick up a pine cone and think about how it took two years for this intricate seed case to grow from a flower fertilised a couple of spring seasons ago. Towering above you are 300-year-old Scots pine trees, the only native pine species in Britain and Scotland’s national tree...

A mix of fact, folklore and with original illustrations by me, Agnes Becker, this digital download nature guide will enrich your encounter with the Scots pine tree, inspiring wonder for and connection with the natural world and our place in it.

Once you have purchased the guide, you'll be sent an email with a link to download it.

25p of each sale will be donated to Trees For Life - Rewilding the Scottish Highlands.

Format: PDF

Print version
Number of pages: 4
Print double sided in colour (pages 1-2) or in black and white (pages 3-4), fold into quarters and take on your walk

Mobile version
Number of pages: 10
Download and scroll through the pages as you walk

References

References are given in the order of the different sections within the guide.

At a glance

Home for wildlife

Tree of the ancient forest

Wood for mighty ships

Winter solstice worship