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The Birds of Lancashire and North Merseyside

Flora / Fauna Out of Print
Edited By: Steve White, Barry McCarthy and Maurice Jones
460 pages, 311 photos, over 100 line drawings, distribution maps, diagrams
The Birds of Lancashire and North Merseyside
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  • The Birds of Lancashire and North Merseyside ISBN: 9781872839110 Hardback Feb 2008 Out of Print #171621
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&i;The Birds of Lancashire & North Merseyside&o; is the first avifauna of this region to be published since 1953. It records in great detail the state of the county's birds at the beginning of the 21st century and will be an indispensable reference for years to come.

All 348 native and naturalised bird species recorded in Lancashire and North Merseyside up to the end of 2005 are included. Species accounts detail the past and current status; hundreds of graphs, charts and breeding distribution maps give further information and additional chapters detail the main habitats, key birdwatching sites and history of ornithology in the county.

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Flora / Fauna Out of Print
Edited By: Steve White, Barry McCarthy and Maurice Jones
460 pages, 311 photos, over 100 line drawings, distribution maps, diagrams
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