RSPB Handbook of British Birds: Fifth edition

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RSPB Handbook of British Birds: Fifth edition First Published: Published By: Illustrations and other contents: More than 1,200 colour artworks ISBN: 8010000021198 Categories: , , Tag:

The bestselling RSPB Handbook of British Birds has been completely revised and updated for its fifth edition. To maintain its position as the most comprehensive accessible field guide to British birds, the new edition includes new artwork, additional rarities, extra comparison spreads and a completely updated taxonomic order.

This easy-to-use guide offers an ‘avian biography’ for all of the bird species likely to be encountered in Britain or Ireland including many details of breeding, migration and longevity not found in other mass-market bird guides. It covers all aspects of field identification, features illustrations showing all common plumage forms, and also describes each bird’s behaviour, breeding biology, population, status and longevity, as well as other interesting facts.

For this edition, the authors have fully revised the species text using the latest available research and knowledge on identification, distributions, ecology and conservation. The conservation text gives the current status for every bird and now also provides a summary of the current threats each species faces with details of what conservationists are doing to help. The detailed maps included for every featured species have also been updated for this edition to reflect their current UK distribution. In short, this is a complete, single source of essential information to the UK’s most familiar birds.

ISBN: 9781472980267

Weight0.6 kg
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An indispensable guide to the UK's most familiar birds and the perfect companion to exploring what nature has to offer. * Choice Magazine * It does a job as a field guide but is more than that. It's an easy way to find out more about the birds between its covers - with sections on behaviour, habitat, voice, breeding biology, longevity and movements, population trends and conservation status. -- David Chandler * Bird Watching * The ideal field guide for anybody who's just getting started in birdwatching. -- John Miles * Bird Watching *

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