By: Ingram Cleasby
149 pages, B/w illus, tabs
The story is largely told by the boys themselves in extracts from the Society's detailed records. It provides a unique account of the changing birdlife of this upland district during the course of the century - the changes in the status and distribution of breeding birds, and changes in the local environment.
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