Introductory chapters record the changes to each type of habitat and the results for the resident birds; then a species by species account gives numbers; evidence of decline/increase, and the author's explanation of the data and prediction for the species. '...an absolute delight ...an essential and thoroughly enjoyable read ...oozes knowledge and authority about which birds are doing well and which are not - and why. It is technically brilliant ...but it is also very readable.' - Simon Lyster, British Birds
Publisher: Whittet Books Ltd
Number of pages: 288
Dimensions: 210 x 148 x 18 mm
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