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By: John Andrew Burton(Author), Steve Young(Author)
128 pages, 90 col photos, 90 col illus
Provides all the information needed to successfully attract and feed birds in your outdoor space – whatever the size. This book is packed with information on the different types of bird tables and feeders available, how to make your own, the best places to locate them, and the birds you can expect to see. The final section is dedicated to the foodstuffs that attract birds, whether they are shop bought or grow naturally in the garden, providing information on which species favour which foods.
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John Burton is the author and editor of nearly 40 books on natural history. Actively involved in wildlife conservation since the early 1970s, in 1989 he founded the World Land Trust, which he directs, and has helped acquire over 300 000 acres in various parts of the world. He is a Vice President of the Bat Conservation Trust, and has been on the committees and councils of numerous national, local and international wildlife bodies. John lives in Suffolk.
Steve Young has been a full-time photographer since 1993. He is Photographic Consultant for Birdwatch magazine and his photographs have been published in numerous magazines and books, including The Photographic Handbook of Rare Birds of Britain and Europe and The Photographic Handbook of the Wildfowl of the World, both published by New Holland. Steve lives in Liverpool.
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