By: Ken Hall and John Govett
300 pages, 51 line illus, 57 maps
Fully revised and updated edition covering all the best birding sites in the south-western counties of Somerset, Avon, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire. This is a relatively undeveloped region of England, with some of the finest and most extensive ancient woodlands in the country. It also boasts some fine wetlands in the Somerset Levels, and many inland reservoirs, as well as upland areas, quality farmland and a varied coastline. This guide describes each site in terms of habitat, species, access, timing and calendar, enabling all birders to get the best out of any birding excursion in the region covered, at any time of year.
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