Scotland is well-known for its wildlife. Every glen, every river, and every town harbours legends and wonders, tales of people and events and half-remembered beliefs which extend a debt to Scotland's wildlife. This book includes, among others, the spider which inspired Robert the Bruce, the nasty tale of the Linton Worm, the strange behaviour of cats and crows and kelpies and cuckoos, and the courage which lies behind the Lion Rampant.
Used availability for Malcolm Archibald's Scottish Animal and Bird Folklore
June 1996 : UK Paperback