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Birds of Tiree and Coll

Wildlife Guide Flora / Fauna
By: John Bowler and Janet Hunter
208 pages, col photos, b&w illus, tables
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An up-to-date and user-friendly account of the status of all 271 bird species recorded on the wildlife rich islands of Tiree and Coll in the Scottish Inner Hebrides.

Tracing records from historical times to the present day, the book charts the changing fortunes of the wide range of breeding and wintering species that occur, as well as highlighting the increasing number of scarcer migrants recorded in recent years. Introductory sections include information on how the geography and land-use of the islands have shaped the habitats, as well as how birds have featured in local folklore. Also included are where and when to watch sections, plus details of other wildlife that can be seen.

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Wildlife Guide Flora / Fauna
By: John Bowler and Janet Hunter
208 pages, col photos, b&w illus, tables
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