Take flight with April’s issue of Scottish Field…

DON’T miss the latest issue of Scottish Field magazine, which is on sale now, both in shops and online.

Our April issue includes a focus on one of Scotland’s most spectacular species – the black grouse.

A far less common sight than its famous and more placid red cousin, the feisty and fabulous black grouse is still in decline, finds wildlife columnist Andy Dobson.

Also in our April issue, the world’s greatest explorer – Sir Ranulph Fiennes – explains how he was shaped by his time in Scotland.

A stunning photography essay by Argyll & Bute’s Vinny Keenan – who unearths hidden beauty on his doorstep – also celebrates our nation’s immense appeal.

Olympian and Commonwealth Games champion Eilish McColgan tells all about her running career and guilty pleasures.

Plus, celebrity chef Tony Singh tells all about his Supper Club and shares five recipes for you to try at home.

Novelist and regular columnist Alexander McCall Smith explains why the power of small courtesies cannot be underestimated, especially when you’re in a lift.

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