Book Of British Birds (Readers Digest)

Book Of British Birds (Readers Digest) Reader's Digest Association
  • Title: Book Of British Birds (Readers Digest)
  • Author: Reader's Digest Association
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Book Of British Birds (Readers Digest) Reader's Digest Association Book Of British Birds Readers Digest An illustrated guide to bird species commonly found in Britain There are also entries for a further rarer species Readers will find out how to identify birds by shape color and flight action
    An illustrated guide to 217 bird species commonly found in Britain There are also entries for a further 117 rarer species Readers will find out how to identify birds by shape, color and flight action, as well as learning about their evolution and navigation systems.
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    1. Yes, there are better identification guides out there but this holistic guide to British Birds with it s sections on ecology, physiology, migration, etc was my inspiration to get into art and ornithology For me as a teenager it was a great jumping off point for a lifelong passion for British Birds ultimately inspiring me to work for the RSPB in the 1980s.

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    2. This is a gorgeous book, beautifully drawn The writing is clear and to the point so you can read the whole thing in a few sittings, if you re into amassing your feathered facts It s so much nicer to have a bird book of drawings rather that photos There s something a little tacky about that somehow.

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    3. My Dad and elder brother bought me this book for my 15th birthday, in 1973 The spine has now broken, despite being glued on numerous occasions Some of the pages are torn The book has been covered at least three times with plastic foil And some of the maps and descriptions of distributions are way out of date Just look at the red kite on page 130 there are only about a score of pairs, confined to their remote stronghold in the hill country of central Wales And now you can see them as common as ke [...]

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