RSPB Guide to Birdwatching
Covers the principles of identification, equipment and field skills, how birds are built and how they work, breeding, feeding and migration, habitats and distribution and how to help birds in your garden. An accessible guide for all ages.
- ISBN: 9780713679434
- Author(s): Mike Unwin
- Stock Code: 3679434
- Format: Paperback
- Illustrations: Colour illustrations, Colour photographs
- Pages: 192
- Published: 2008
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This guide and 70 minute CD will help you discover all about 800 species of birds regularly found in Britain and Europe and also some rare varieties. Shows adults in typical plumage, with male, female, juvenile and summer or winter variations helping you to identify birds in the field quickly and easily.
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Covers the 270 most common British birds in sufficient detail to provide a complete single source of basic information for our most familiar birds.
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A compact, informative guide to 170 of the most common birds found in Britain. Concise descriptions of each bird's main characteristics including plumage, calls and song, confusing species, habitat, distribution, status and behaviour.
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From the magnificent coastal flower displays of The Lizard in March, to the spectacle of seeing peregrine falcons in the unlikely urban setting of Canary Wharf in June, you'll experience first hand the huge array of flora, fauna and habitat to be found within our shores. Find details on hundreds of locations, maps, contacts, access and facilities, opening times and charges, plus great ideas for a whole host of options, giving you the choice in what you want to do and when.