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Birdwatching Walks Around Morecambe Bay

Wildlife Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: John Wilson and David Hindle
150 pages, colour photos, b&w illus
Birdwatching Walks Around Morecambe Bay
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Morecambe Bay is set against the magical dropback of the Lakeland Fells; it is an ever-changing world of water and sand moulded by the constant ebb and flow of the tides, a beautiful landscape in which to walk, and home to one of the largest concentrations of birds in Europe.

Tens of thousands of waders, wildfowl and gulls winter or breed, or pass through on their migrations from the Arctic to Africa and beyond, making it an area of truly national and international importance.

Covering the Wyre estuary in the south to Walney Island in the north, embracing Arnside/Silverdale AONB, the Duddon Estuary, southern Lake District and Forest of Bowland, this excellent book is perfect for anyone wishing to combine a love of walking with an interest in birds and other wildlife.

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Wildlife Guide Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: John Wilson and David Hindle
150 pages, colour photos, b&w illus
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