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By: Steve White(Author), Chris Kehoe(Author)
60 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
The November 2017 issue of British Birds contains the Report on Scarce Migrant Birds in Britain in 2015, dealing with the passerines. The inexorable rise of the Yellow-browed Warbler continues, reaching yet another new high in 2015 (2,843 records). Numbers of ‘Siberian Chiffchaffs’ also reached a new high (351) and the same was true for Great Grey Shrike (375). Little Bunting (second-best year on record), Olive-backed Pipit (fourth) and Blyth’s Reed Warbler (fourth) were other species for which numbers remain high. Species in long-term decline include Ortolan Bunting and Melodious Warbler.
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