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A Lizard Bird Diary A Study of the Birds of the South Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall: 1970-2015

By: Brian Cave(Author)
160 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour maps
A Lizard Bird Diary
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  • A Lizard Bird Diary ISBN: 9781527200401 Paperback Dec 2016 In stock
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A Lizard Bird Diary is a unique summary of 45 years of fieldwork by the author, focusing on the migration and status of the bird fauna of the South Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall. It includes many previously unpublished records.

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By: Brian Cave(Author)
160 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour maps
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"[...] there is [...] a wealth of information in this book and author should be applauded for sharing with us his 'thirteen volumes of fieldwork notes', which unlike many others (including my own) will probably never see the light of day."
– Bruce Taggart, BTO book reviews

 

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