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Where to Watch Birds in Wales

Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: David Saunders and Jon Green
352 pages, 70 maps, 45 line drawings
Publisher: Christopher Helm
Where to Watch Birds in Wales
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  • Where to Watch Birds in Wales ISBN: 9780713674842 Edition: 4 Paperback Jun 2008 Out of Print #154640
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This is the fourth edition of this very popular site guide. Wales remains one of the most alluring regions for birdwatchers; its range of habitats ensures a wide variety of species amidst the often spectacular scenery. This new edition includes many additional sites added, new up-to-date maps and line drawings, and fully revised and expanded text.

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David Saunders worked in nature conservation in West Wales from 1960 until retirement in 1999. He has written twelve books including the RSPB Guide to British Birds. He contributes regularly to magazines including Bird Watching, Country Quest and British Wildlife.

Wildlife Guide Out of Print
By: David Saunders and Jon Green
352 pages, 70 maps, 45 line drawings
Publisher: Christopher Helm
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&i;`I thoroughly recommend Where to Watch Birds in Wales to anyone regularly visiting Wales. For those living in the principality, it is essential reading.'&o;BTO News

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