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Rare Breeding Birds in the UK in 2014

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Series: Rare Breeding Birds in the UK Volume: 2014
By: Mark Holling(Author), Rare Breeding Birds Panel(Author)
75 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: British Birds
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This September issue of British Birds contains the 40th report of the Rare Breeding Birds Panel. This report documents the status of 100 rare or scarce species that were recorded breeding, or potentially breeding, in the UK in 2014. Following another mild winter, conditions were generally good for breeding. The headline breeders were Black-winged Stilts and European Bee-eaters, with two pairs of each successfully fledging young.

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Report Journal / Magazine
Series: Rare Breeding Birds in the UK Volume: 2014
By: Mark Holling(Author), Rare Breeding Birds Panel(Author)
75 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations, colour tables
Publisher: British Birds
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