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Attracting Birds to Your Garden

Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual
By: Stephen Moss and David Cottridge
160 pages, 250 col photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Attracting Birds to Your Garden
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  • Attracting Birds to Your Garden ISBN: 9781847739827 Paperback Oct 2011 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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  • Attracting Birds to Your Garden ISBN: 9781859740057 Paperback Jan 2000 Out of Print #98783
  • Attracting Birds to Your Garden ISBN: 9781853685699 Hardback Dec 1998 Out of Print #77208
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A well illustrated volume, which is packed full of excellent, practical advice on feeding birds and creating pools and nest sites. The reader is taken through the steps of planning a bird-friendly garden and the book also includes a directory of 80 common species to aid identification along with the habitat, food and nesting requirements of each species.

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Stephen Moss it a regular writer on birdwatching and environmental matters for The Guardian. He is a BBC television producer specializing in natural history and he has produced programmes such as Birdwatching with Bill Oddie, Springwatch and Autumnwatch. He lives in Bristol. David Cottridge is an expert on bird photography. His photographs have appeared in many books and renowned magazines such as British Birds, Birding World and Bird Watching. He lives in Tottenham, north London.

Field / Identification Guide Handbook / Manual
By: Stephen Moss and David Cottridge
160 pages, 250 col photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
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