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Good Reads  Ornithology  Birdwatching

Birders Tales of a Tribe

Biography / Memoir
By: Mark Cocker
230 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Vintage
Birders
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  • Birders ISBN: 9780099289548 Paperback Sep 2002 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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  • Birders ISBN: 9780224060028 Hardback Aug 2001 Out of Print #120708
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The story of a community of birding enthusiasts, of its characters, its rules, its equipment and its adventures.
`At last! An up-to-date examination of what makes birders tick. And about time too! Wonderfully written.' Bill Oddie
`Intensely readable, very funny and highly enlightening.' New Scientist

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Biography / Memoir
By: Mark Cocker
230 pages, no illustrations
Publisher: Vintage
Media reviews

'At last! An up-to-date examination of what makes birders tick. And about time too! Wonderfully written' Bill Oddie; 'With a mixture of well-chosen anecdotes and self-deprecating humour, Cocker succeeds in making even the most hardened cynic appreciate his passion. Birders is a stylish work in a long tradition of fine writing on the subject' Guardian

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