Bird Observatories of the British Isles (Poyser Monographs) by Mike Archer,Mark Grantham,Peter Howlett,Steven Stansfield PDF

By Mike Archer,Mark Grantham,Peter Howlett,Steven Stansfield

fowl observatories are learn stations demonstrated often for the learn of migration,
particularly via ringing.
There at the moment are 20 scattered round the British Isles at key issues on migration routes, on coastal promontories or small islands. a part of their allure is the standard prevalence of rarities which are discovered every year at those observatories.

Written by way of wardens and ringers from each one place, Bird Observatories of the British Isles is a well timed new version of 1 of the earliest Poyser titles. It contains specified insurance of the heritage, place, habitats and ornithological curiosity of every observatory, together with summaries and tables of noteworthy events.

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