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The Atlas of Wintering Birds in Northumbria

Distribution Atlas
By: Northumberland and Tyneside Bird Club
468 pages, 36 col photos, line illus, maps
The Atlas of Wintering Birds in Northumbria
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Includes details of all species found in the Northumberland and Tyneside Bird Club's recording area during the three winter periods of 1996/7 to 1998/99 inclusive. For most species a full account, including details of numbers found, distribution, and, where appropriate, comments on the historical, local and national significance, are given.

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Distribution Atlas
By: Northumberland and Tyneside Bird Club
468 pages, 36 col photos, line illus, maps
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