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British Birds Report on Scarce Migrant Birds in Britain in 2015, Part 2: Passerines

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By: Steve White(Author), Chris Kehoe(Author)
60 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: British Birds
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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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Report New
By: Steve White(Author), Chris Kehoe(Author)
60 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: British Birds
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