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Lancashire Bird Report 2017

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Series: Lancashire Bird Report Volume: 2017
By: Robert L Jarret(Editor), Dave A Bickerton(Introduction By)
148 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, tables
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This report contains the systematic list of bird species observed in Lancashire, north west England, during 2017. Also included is the Lancashire ringing report, a short report of the first-ever sighting of a black-throated thrush in Lancashire, and details on migrant dates and rarities.

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Series: Lancashire Bird Report Volume: 2017
By: Robert L Jarret(Editor), Dave A Bickerton(Introduction By)
148 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, tables
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