By: James Monk (Author), Robert Gillmor (Illustrator)
67 pages, 30 line illus
Collection of essays from the experienced ornithologist who has been a past president of the British Ornithologists' Union and also edited the journal Ibis. Drawn mainly from his experiences in the Thames Valley the essays celebrate birds by the turn of the seasons, and in particular rejoice at the return of the Red Kite to some of its ancient haunts.
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