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Birds in Cornwall 2006 (All Regions)

Series: Birds in Cornwall Volume: 2006
By: John Chapple(Author), Steve Rogers(Narrator)
Runtime: 83 min
Birds in Cornwall 2006 (All Regions)
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Please note, this can also be bought as part of an 8-disc set covering the years 1998-2007.

Cornwall is not noted for its abundance of breeding species, however, it is renowned for hosting rarities during the migration period. The unexpected arrival of a rarity or two sets a birder's pulse racing.
 
This year an influx of Night Heron's and Purple Heron's did just that. There was a host of other rare birds, the highlights being: 3 Kentish Plovers, Gull-billed and Roseate Terns, 2 Spotted Sandpipers, Least Sandpiper, and Red-eyed Vireo.
 
However, the story would not be complete without featuring the more common birds you are likely to see in the countryside, and to cap it off we've included sequences of butterflies and flowers as well as our beautiful Cornish Scenery.
 
Running time: 83 minutes. Full commentary throughout.

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Series: Birds in Cornwall Volume: 2006
By: John Chapple(Author), Steve Rogers(Narrator)
Runtime: 83 min
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