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By J.T.R. Sharrock

The eighty three species featured during this e-book, in date series of discovery, had now not been recorded in Britain or eire earlier than 1946. the unique bills of the sightings released in problems with British Birds* among 1947 and 1982 are actually reprinted and supplemented with remark via Dr Sharrock on next occurrences and present prestige. furthermore, Peter furnish presents identity notes drawing realization to issues no longer coated within the unique money owed. there's additionally an international distribution map for every species and a line representation to move all of the bills. on the finish of the e-book a piece of plates reproduces eighty one 'first-sighting' photos overlaying 32 of the species within the book.

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