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A Natural History of Blackmoorfoot Reservoir, Huddersfield

By: Michael Denton(Author), Michael Pinder(Illustrator), David Pennington(Illustrator), Nick Mallinson(Illustrator), Colin Rew(Illustrator), Tim Melling(Foreword By)
528 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
 A Natural History of Blackmoorfoot Reservoir, Huddersfield
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To the south-west of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, lies Blackmoorfoot Reservoir which, with its surroundings, is the most closely studied site in the area and a magnet for birds both common and rare. Mike Denton’s fascinating book, published to mark the 50th anniversary of Huddersfield Birdwatchers' Club, surveys the complete natural history of the site. Covering not only birds but the complete flora and fauna, including mammals, arthropods and insects, Mike’s book is an important contribution to the natural history of the Huddersfield area.

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By: Michael Denton(Author), Michael Pinder(Illustrator), David Pennington(Illustrator), Nick Mallinson(Illustrator), Colin Rew(Illustrator), Tim Melling(Foreword By)
528 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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