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A Guide to British Water Birds: Their Songs and Calls

by Brett Westwood, Stephen Moss, Chris Watson

A Guide to British Water Birds: Their Songs and Calls
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Accessible, informative and entertaining guide to some of our best known water-loving birds. Packed with useful information and helpful tips, the series will appeal to both the complete novice and the experienced birdwatcher who simply wants to know more about water birds.

This title covers the following:

  • Prog 1. Waders of Wet Meadows - Lapwing, Redshank, Snipe, and Curlew
  • Prog 2. Ducks - Mallard, Teal, Widgeon and Little Grebe (honorary duck as not a duck but often found with ducks - distinctive calls )
  • Prog 3. Warblers - Reed, Sedge, Grasshopper, and Cetti's Warbler
  • Prog 4. Rails and Crakes - Water Rail, Coots, Moorhen, and Spotted Crake, and
  • Prog 5. River Birds - Dipper, Grey Wagtail, Common Sandpiper, and Kingfisher.


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