Where to Watch Birds in the East Midlands: Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and Nottinghamshire
The five counties covered in this guide comprise natural and man-made areas as diverse as the Wash, Rutland Water and Sherwood Forest. Famous migration hot spots are found on the Lincolnshire coast, while the river valleys of the Humber, Trent, Welland and Nene all atttract a wide range of species. Following the series format, each of the 49 major sites is dealt with in detail, providing information on habitat, access, best times of the year to visit and the species likely to be encountered. Maps and line drawings enhance this exhaustive text.
#39;Completely updated #133; the new book has a fresh and contemporary feel #133; A well written and very informative regional guide. #39; Birdwatch (May 2007) #39;Clear and concise, yet full of information about what birds to expect when and where, and how to find them and the places to look. #39; Scottish Bird News (September 2007)
Rob Fray is a lifelong birder and Chairman of the Leicestershire and Rutland Ornithological Society.
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