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Birdwatcher's Pocket Field Guide

Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Mark Golley
208 pages, 1000 col illus
Birdwatcher's Pocket Field Guide
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  • Birdwatcher's Pocket Field Guide ISBN: 9781843301196 Paperback May 2003 Out of Print #127566
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Field guide to all 280 species of British and Irish birds with artwork by David Daly, and comprehensive text. Arranged by habitat, this portable guide contains identification tips, details of habitat and calls of all those species seen regularly around Britain and Ireland as well as some of the less common migrants.

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Mark Golley is a regular contributor to Birding World and is well known for his refreshing and easy approach to bird identification. The author of New Holland's highly successful The Complete Garden Bird Book, he spent four years as warden of Cley Marshes Nature Reserve, in North Norfolk, where he lives. He now works as a TV Producer at Anglia Television. David Daly is one of Ireland's leading bird artists. He has taken part in a number of expeditions to various parts of the world. His work has been exhibited widely and his illustrations have appeared in numerous books and calendars as well as prestigious magazines including British Birds. He lives in County Wexford.
Field / Identification Guide Out of Print
By: Mark Golley
208 pages, 1000 col illus
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