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Guide to Winter Coastal Birds

Field / Identification Guide
By: Sue Loughran(Author), Mike Langman(Illustrator)
8 pages, 3 colour photos, colour illustrations
Guide to Winter Coastal Birds
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  • Guide to Winter Coastal Birds ISBN: 9781908819390 Unbound Mar 2018 In stock
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One of the great things about coastal birdwatching is that there is something different to see in every season. This new 8-page laminated fold-out chart – a companion to 2014’s Guide to Summer Coastal Birds – features 44 of the birds you can see along the coastline of the UK in the winter. From long-legged waders to gulls, geese and shore ducks, all birds are shown in the adult winter plumage, with separate images for males, females and juveniles where necessary.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Sue Loughran(Author), Mike Langman(Illustrator)
8 pages, 3 colour photos, colour illustrations
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