RSPB Handbook of British Birds
The 4th Edition of the RSPB Handbook of British Birds is a very interesting book which is overflowing with up to date information on over 270 of the most common British and Irish birds, as well as a smaller section of 26 additional, more rare British bird species at the back of this fascinating book.Read more
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The 4th Edition of the RSPB Handbook of British Birds is a very interesting book which is overflowing with up to date information on over 270 of the most common British and Irish birds, as well as a smaller section of 26 additional, more rare British bird species at the back of this fascinating book.
This data filled handbook comes with over 1,200 colourful illustrations and thousands of facts covering everything you could ever want to know about wild birds including; moult patterns, behaviour, breeding biology, population, status, longevity, habitat, range, voice, food and distribution, seasonal movements and conservation. And with non-technical language this book can be enjoyed by bird watchers with all levels of experience.
The RSPB bestselling British Birds Handbook was released to coincide with the RSPBs 125th anniversary and therefore this edition includes a new section all about the history of the RSPB with an events time line which shows important dates for the society.
Additional features of this 320 page best British Birds book include a detailed and colour distribution map for each species as well as six comparison artwork spreads which help to identify difficult to recognise species such as ducks, waders, warblers, raptors and gulls.
Dimensions: Height: 21.6 x Width: 13.4 cm.
Author: Peter Holden and Tim Cleeves.
Illustrator: Hilary Burn, Martin Elliott, Alan Harris, Peter Hayman, Laurel Tucker and Dan Zetterstrom.
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing.
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