Donald Watson was one of Britain’s foremost bird artists and writers in the second half of the 20th century. He lived in St John’s Town of Dalry, Galloway with his wife and family for over 50 years. Donald illustrated over 30 books, including the outstanding 98 plates in The Oxford Book of Birds, and authored 5 books. His work was a classic marriage of bird study and art that stimulated a generation of field ornithologists and bird artists. The hen harrier was his signature species.
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