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Scarce and Rare Birds in North Wales Historic Records up to and Including 2016

By: Robin Sandham(Editor)
328 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
Scarce and Rare Birds in North Wales
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  • Scarce and Rare Birds in North Wales ISBN: 9780995742802 Paperback Jan 2018 In stock
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Scarce and Rare Birds in North Wales covers all historical records up to and including 2016 across the 5 vice-counties in North Wales. This is the go-to resource for records of rarities in North Wales with nothing similar available – other than trawling annual county reports and publications of the Welsh Ornithological Society.

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By: Robin Sandham(Editor)
328 pages, colour photos, colour illustrations
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"[...] The list of rare and scarce birds for North Wales is impressive, but considering how few really active birders we have and the number of under watched sites, what do we miss?  It is good to see Robin’s challenge to go and find your own rare birds. If you are really into finding your own rare birds then this book is the place to start your research for planning where to go, and it should encourage all of us to get out more, go to new places and look a little bit harder."
– Kelvin Jones, BTO book reviews

 

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