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Birduder 344 A Life List Ordinary

By: Rob Sawyer(Author)
320 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations
Publisher: Brambleby Books
Birduder 344
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  • Birduder 344 ISBN: 9781908241092 Paperback Aug 2012 In stock
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Birds have captivated Rob Sawyer for almost 50 years. In Birduder 344 he tells of the highs and lows of his normally hopeless, but highly enjoyable, birdwatching career, sharing his great love of birds, and most things that fly, whilst trying to work out where he fits, if at all, on the birdwatching ladder. The text is illustrated with his own line drawings and photos of birds, and other entertaining images.

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By: Rob Sawyer(Author)
320 pages, b/w photos, b/w illustrations
Publisher: Brambleby Books
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"[...] This is a thoroughly entertaining book in which Rob – a Southampton birder – recounts his own personal journey [...] Rob shows that there is more to life than birds, and for once we have a bird diary that doesn’t involve through-the-night twitches to the back end of nowhere."
- Keith Betton,, 30-04-2014

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