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By Andy Brown,Phil Grice

ISBN-10: 0713665300

ISBN-13: 9780713665307

The Poyser avifaunas Birds in Scotland, Birds in eire and Birds in Wales are all now considered as vintage works. The series is now accomplished with Birds in England, an avifauna for England's different birdlife, previous and current.

England marks the northwestern restrict for lots of Palearctic breeding
birds, and is just about the southwestern restrict for a number of others - in
particular, numerous seabird species whose English colonies are of
international value. it's the first aspect of arrival for new
colonists from the south - Little Egret and Yellow-legged Gull are two
recent arrivals - and it's also of foreign value for
wintering and passage populations of varied species which breed in the
far north of the Palearctic. a various and interesting avifauna is
augmented through visits from a magnificent variety of rarites from as a ways afield as Siberia and Canada - Nearctic vagrants specifically are well-represented at the English record.

This very important new avifauna seems intimately at England and its
birds, analysing current and historic information to provide a complete
picture of the prestige, diversity and abundance of each chicken at the English

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