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Field Guides & Natural History  Ornithology  Birdwatching

Town & Country Garden Birds A Birdwatching Logbook

By: Jennifer Moore(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Wayward Bird
Town & Country Garden Birds
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  • Town & Country Garden Birds ISBN: 9781916899704 Paperback May 2021 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
Price: £4.99
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These Birdwatching Logbooks use Jennifer Moore's gouache illustrations alongside some identification text to help you spot the birds in your area of interest. Jennifer has been a birdwatcher for many years and is really keen to encourage everyone to get out and appreciate our birds.

These logbooks are 9 × 14 cm pocketbooks with rounded corners and a sturdy cover to protect the book. Each page has a little table where you can jot down the date as well as the location, weather, or other aide-memoire to help you build up a bank of information about the birds you see. There are also a couple of blank pages at the back for notes and sketches, and a quick tick list to record your progress.

The books are aimed at anyone who wants to increase their knowledge of birds and hone their birdwatching skills. The illustrations are simplified and stylised to help you quickly learn the diagnostic features as so rarely do we have the pleasure of seeing the whole bird in great light, so the colours and arrangement of white or black on the body and wings as well as beak and leg colour are great quick visual clues as to who is lurking in the shrubbery or dashing across your field of vision.

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By: Jennifer Moore(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: Wayward Bird
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