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Conservation Land Management (CLM) is a quarterly magazine that is widely regarded as essential reading for all who are involved in land management for nature conservation, across the British Isles. CLM includes long-form articles, events listings, publication reviews, new product information and updates, reports of conferences and letters.

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BirdVoice: British Birds Guide only

BirdVoice: British Birds Guide only
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About this product

This is the BirdVoice British Birds Guide only. This guide also comes as standard with the BirdVoice.

A beautiful Picture Guide illustrated by RSPB illustrator Mike Langman and Norman Arlott of 270 Species, with their "soundspots" of calls, songs and advice. This is a lovely accessory. 108 pages bound in a six ring zip-up black case that is expandable with notes, addresses, etc. In addition to the guide, the case has room for the BirdVoice and other accessories, including the Bird Diary. Audio advice by UK's Birding Expert Geoff Sample and professionally recorded sounds by Jean C Roche, Europe's leading sound recorder. There are over 4 hours of audio information in this attractive compact guide.

You can now play back Jean C Roche's recordings using the BirdVoice pen (bought separately) or you can save your own recordings on the same "soundspot" as Jean C Roche's. For example, if you wished to record the Robin in your garden, turn to page 68 of this guide, press the record button on BirdVoice, touch the sound spot, and record. You can play back the recording anytime when BirdVoice touches the "soundspot" again. Compare your recording with Jean C Roche's by flipping the mode button on BirdVoice.

The zip-up case dimensions are 16cm by 21cm by 4cm with a pocket to hold the Field Guide, an elastic strap for the BirdVoice, and enough depth to hold the Guide as well as the British Birds Diary.

Other information on each species includes: a seasonal distribution map of UK, taxonomy and names, habitat icons and size of birds including windspan.

Watch this video for more information on the BirdVoice British Birds Guide.

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