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The Birdwatcher's Year A Month-by-Month Guide to British Birds

Wildlife Guide
By: Malcolm Greenhalgh(Author), Robin Murrell(Foreword By)
144 pages, plates with colour illustrations and colour distribution maps; b/w illustrations
Publisher: Bounty Books
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  • The Birdwatcher's Year ISBN: 9780753724439 Paperback Apr 2013 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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This is a month-by-month guide to which birds to watch and when. The Birdwatcher's Year illustrates the species most fascinating to observe in each month of the year, their behaviour and habitats. Illustrations accompany the descriptions of key birds to watch in Britain's varied habitats, from mountains and moorlands to woodlands and fields, lakes and rivers to cliffs and estuaries. A special "bird of the month" is featured in each chapter as well as key events in the birdwatcher's year such as moulting and migration.

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Wildlife Guide
By: Malcolm Greenhalgh(Author), Robin Murrell(Foreword By)
144 pages, plates with colour illustrations and colour distribution maps; b/w illustrations
Publisher: Bounty Books
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