Edited By: Steve Carter
190 pages, B/w photos, illus, tabs, graphs, maps
Draws together the result of Britain's major bird monitoring programmes, being, in effect, a national bird report for 1991 and the following winter together with a conservation review showing the way active birdwatchers have contributed to conservation in Britain. Organised into three sections, the book covers: recent conservation successes and failures; individual monitoring projects; and species accounts, including breeding birds, winter visitors and migrants.
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