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Red Sixty Seven A Collection of Words and Art Inspired by Britain's Most Vulnerable Birds

Art / Photobook
Kit Jewitt(Editor), Chris Packham(Contributor), Ann Cleeves(Contributor), Samuel West(Contributor), Natalie Bennett(Contributor), David Lindo(Contributor), Gill Lewis(Contributor), Darren Woodhead(Contributor), Carry Akroyd(Contributor), Jane Smith(Contributor), Patrick Barkham(Contributor) et al
160 pages, colour illustrations
NHBS
Read our Q&A with editor Kit Jewitt All of the publishers profits from the sale of this book will be donated to BTO and RSPB to further their work on Red-listed birds. NHBS will donate an extra £1 for each copy sold.
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  • Red Sixty Seven ISBN: 9781912642137 Hardback Feb 2020 Availability uncertain: order now to get this when available
    £19.99
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This book should not exist!

In an ideal world this book, and the official Red List of the most vulnerable birds in the UK it is based on, would not be needed. But the world is far from ideal and our bird populations are declining at an alarming rate. In the past few years alone the once widespread Wryneck has ceased breeding in the UK altogether and has dropped off the list completely. Which species will be next?

Red Sixty Seven is 67 love letters to our most vulnerable species, each beautifully illustrated by some of the best wildlife artists around, showcasing a range of styles as varied as the birds in these pages. All of the profits from the sale of this book will be donated to BTO and RSPB to further their work on Red-listed birds. Contributors include Chris Packham, Ann Cleeves, Samuel West, Natalie Bennett, David Lindo, Gill Lewis, Darren Woodhead, Carry Akroyd, Jane Smith, and Patrick Barkham.

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Art / Photobook
Kit Jewitt(Editor), Chris Packham(Contributor), Ann Cleeves(Contributor), Samuel West(Contributor), Natalie Bennett(Contributor), David Lindo(Contributor), Gill Lewis(Contributor), Darren Woodhead(Contributor), Carry Akroyd(Contributor), Jane Smith(Contributor), Patrick Barkham(Contributor) et al
160 pages, colour illustrations
NHBS
Read our Q&A with editor Kit Jewitt All of the publishers profits from the sale of this book will be donated to BTO and RSPB to further their work on Red-listed birds. NHBS will donate an extra £1 for each copy sold.
Media reviews

"[...] Red Sixty Seven is a wonderful conglomerate of work from some of our finest authors and artists. You can't fail to be enamoured by it. It's captivating and looks fantastic. At £19.99, it's an absolute bargain. The fact that buying one will only benefit our most endangered birds makes it an essential purchase It's already been so popular that the first print run has sold out,"
– Josh Jones, BirdGuides.com

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