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By Steve Dudley

Rare Birds Day by means of Day creates a desirable examine the area of scarce and infrequent birds present in Britain and eire. Written through renowned and skilled British birders and infrequent chook finders, this version is especially worthy to a person with an curiosity to find and observing infrequent migrant and vagrant species. The ebook proves a helpful and enjoyable instrument for the keenest rarity hunters, whereas reworking them into infrequent chicken predictors. this can be a detailed approach of directory British infrequent chook files, because it records by way of date of prevalence instead of through kind of species. Spanning 35 years of information assortment, Rare Birds Day by way of Day is additional enlivened with illustrations through Dave Nurney.

Key Features
* Covers 282 infrequent species and sub-species present in Britain and Ireland
* Lists a few 20,000 person infrequent fowl files in diary style
* records chicken findings among 1958 and 1994

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