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Avon Bird Report 2022

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Series: Avon Bird Report Volume: 2022
By: Avon Ornithological Group (AOG)(Author)
208 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
Avon Bird Report 2022
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The main item is the systematic list covering sightings in 2022 in the Avon area. Apart from the usual reports, there are four papers as follows. The first, by Lyndon Roberts, gives a local review of the present status of the Ringed Plover and the results of a local colour-ringing study from the early 2010s. The second, by Andy Davis, provides an overview of unusual ornithological events in the Avon area for the years 2018–2022. The third and fourth papers are both authored by Harvey Rose. The third is a brief reflection on the ornithological highlights of 1952, the second an account of first and last Avon migration dates with tables for 1990 to 2022, which updates the tables given in the 2015 report. As usual, there are the reports from the AWBS, BBS and ringing activities.

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Report New
Series: Avon Bird Report Volume: 2022
By: Avon Ornithological Group (AOG)(Author)
208 pages, colour photos, b/w illustrations, tables
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