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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birdwatching

Avifaunas, Atlases & Authors A Personal View of Local Ornithology in the United Kingdom, from the Earliest Times to 2019

By: David K Ballance(Author)
314 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, colour distribution maps
Publisher: Calluna Books
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  • Avifaunas, Atlases & Authors ISBN: 9780993347757 Spiralbound Feb 2020 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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Written by the author of Birds in Counties and its supplements, this book contains an account of the development of local ornithology, conforming with current recording areas, and including biographical details of authors. There is also a critical discussion of county atlases; an updated bibliography of local books and pamphlets; and listings of national and local journals.

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By: David K Ballance(Author)
314 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations, colour distribution maps
Publisher: Calluna Books
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"[...] This is hardly a coffee table book, and JK Rowling will not be living in fear of her sales record being overtaken any time soon, but it is an important piece of work, well-researched and well-presented. Those interested in the way in which humans have altered the distribution of birds over the last four centuries in the UK as a whole or within a county will be indebted to the author, as will future generations."
– Richard Sale, Ibis 163(2), April 2021

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