By: R O'Connor and M Shrubb
304 pages, 5 b/w photos, 44 tables, line diagrams, 24 vignettes
Resulting from the cooperation between a professional ornithologist and a working cereal farmer, and based on data from the BTO's Common Bird Census and Nest Record Scheme, this book reviews the effects of agricultural development on bird populations in Britain.
`...an invaluable and timely documentation of the responses of birds to changes in farming practices.' CJ Feare, BTO Bird Study.
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