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The Red Kites of Wales

By: Tony Cross and Peter Davis
48 pages, colour & b/w photos, illustrations and maps
The Red Kites of Wales
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  • The Red Kites of Wales ISBN: 9781905268009 Paperback Dec 2005 In stock
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The success story of the conservation of the red kite in Wales has been told many times in the media and still stands as one of the most successful conservation initiatives ever undertaken. Whilst touching briefly on the success story, this title is an informative guide to the natural history of the red kite in Wales.

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By: Tony Cross and Peter Davis
48 pages, colour & b/w photos, illustrations and maps
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