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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birds: General

Guide to British Bird Tracks and Signs

Field / Identification Guide New
By: Dan Puplett(Author), Chris Shields(Illustrator)
12 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
NHBS
Footprints, feathers, probe holes, and peck marks: this portable fold-out guide help you identify all sorts of tracks and traces left by birds.
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  • Guide to British Bird Tracks and Signs ISBN: 9781908819505 Unbound Oct 2019 In stock
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Many birds are shy and easily disturbed. But just like mammals, birds leave clues when they have visited. From footprints and feathers to probe holes and peck marks, bird activity can be spotted in gardens, woodland, sandy beaches and muddy places.

The front side of this guide features colour illustrations of the four main types of footprint. Learn to distinguish the tracks of starlings from sparrows, gulls from ducks, crows from buzzards, blackbirds from woodpigeons, and many more. Colour paintings on the reverse side include many other signs to spot, from rosehip pecked by finches, thistle heads opened by goldfinches, song thrush anvils and the marks left on hazelnuts and deadwood.

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Field / Identification Guide New
By: Dan Puplett(Author), Chris Shields(Illustrator)
12 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
NHBS
Footprints, feathers, probe holes, and peck marks: this portable fold-out guide help you identify all sorts of tracks and traces left by birds.
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