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Yorkshire Bird Report 2013

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Series: Yorkshire Bird Reports Volume: 2013
232 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour maps, colour tables
Yorkshire Bird Report 2013
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Whether you are interested in Yorkshire's rarer or commoner species, this report provides an enjoyable summary of the county's avifauna in 2013. The book covers every bird recorded in Yorkshire during 2013. The systematic list provides a thorough breakdown of the status of each individual species, with counts, distribution and status updates, beautifully illustrated by talented artists. There is a gallery of stunning photographs by local bird photographers, showcasing the diverse range of birds and their habitats in Yorkshire. The review section includes articles on Baikal Teal and Brunnich’s Guillemot, both of which were recorded in Yorkshire for the first time in 2013. There is a useful summary of early and late dates of migrants, information on how to submit evidence of rare breeding birds in Yorkshire, and the report culminates with an update on Ringing Recoveries showing just where Yorkshire's 'local' birds get to. This is a must-have publication for anyone interested in the birds of Yorkshire.

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Series: Yorkshire Bird Reports Volume: 2013
232 pages, colour photos, colour & b/w illustrations, colour maps, colour tables
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