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Little Book of Robins

By: Bill Oddie(Author)
176 pages, colour photos
Little Book of Robins
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  • Little Book of Robins ISBN: 9781925546323 Hardback Oct 2019 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Britain's most popular bird as seen through the eyes of Britain's most popular birdwatcher. Making the ideal stocking-filler for anyone at Christmas, this small gift book celebrates Britain's National Bird – the ever-popular Robin. Despite travelling extensively around the world in search of birds, the author possesses a lifelong love affair with the common or garden Robin, being continually smitten by the friendly nature and charisma of this endearing bird. Packed with eye-catching photographs, the Little Book of Robins looks at why this species is so loved by everyone and delves into every aspect of its life, as well as exploring 'Robin lookalikes' from around the world. Little Book of Robins features dozens of beautiful photographs of Robins, including familiar garden scenes and birds in typically snowy settings, together with pictures showing aspects of their lives that are observed less frequently, such as nesting and courtship.

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As Britain's best-known birdwatcher Bill Oddie needs little introduction. He has presented TV series about wildlife, such as Springwatch and Autumnwatch, for more than 30 years, and has written numerous books, including Tales of a Ludicrous Bird Gardener for Reed New Holland in 2017, and regular columns in magazines such as Birdwatch and BBC Wildlife.

By: Bill Oddie(Author)
176 pages, colour photos
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