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By: West Midland Bird Club
32 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
- Want to know what birds you might see at this time of year in the West Midlands?
- Want to know whether the bird you have just seen is normal around here or something special?
- Want to know how to submit sighting records and to whom?
- Want to keep a list of your sightings and visits?
Answers to all of these questions, and more besides, are available in a convenient, pocket-sized (A6) checklist of birds. The region covered is Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire, and The West Midlands. The easy-to-read bar charts show immediately how common a bird is in the region by month, while its breeding status is indicated by a number and an up/down arrow. For rarities and scarce species a code is used to indicate what details are needed by the County Recorders. There is a checklist for each county and of course there is room for individual checklists too.
This checklist finishes off with a comprehensive description of how to submit records, to whom, and the type of detail required. This latter part includes a full and pictorial list of the various parts of a bird to aid giving a complete description.
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