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The Breeding Birds of the London Area

Distribution Atlas
By: Jan Hewlett(Editor), Richard Sidney Richmond Fitter(Foreword By), E Max Nicholson(Contributor), MJ Earp(Illustrator)
294 pages, b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
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Traces changes in London's breeding birds in the last 30 years of the 20th century, a period of major environmental change in both town and countryside. It compares maps of breeding distribution in 1988-94 with earlier surveys and documents both the success of species such as the Great Crested Grebe, Magpie and Sparrowhawk in colonising new areas and the decline of once-familiar species such as the Barn Owl and Yellowhammer in the London Area.

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Distribution Atlas
By: Jan Hewlett(Editor), Richard Sidney Richmond Fitter(Foreword By), E Max Nicholson(Contributor), MJ Earp(Illustrator)
294 pages, b/w line drawings, b/w distribution maps
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