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    Britain's Insects

    For birders with an interest in insects too, there's a new WILDGuide out soon - Britain's Insects by Paul D Brock. At £25 it looks to be a steal. I posted a birders' review on my blog. https://anotherbirdblog.blogspot.com/2021/05/britains-insects-book-review.html
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    Flight Identification of European Passerines and Select Landbirds, an Illustrated and Photographic Guide authored by Tomasz Cofta.

    It takes time to process and distribute them to booksellers around the country. Princeton informed me today that the book will be available in late January. Phil Slade
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    Flight Identification of European Passerines and Select Landbirds, an Illustrated and Photographic Guide authored by Tomasz Cofta.

    Mark. I would estimate 80%+ sonograms without checking each of the pages 42 to 484! The sonograms do vary in size, some across the page others less so.
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    Flight Identification of European Passerines and Select Landbirds, an Illustrated and Photographic Guide authored by Tomasz Cofta.

    I posted a review on my blog https://anotherbirdblog.blogspot.com/2021/01/flight-identification-of-european.html
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    Ring database

    You need to go to the link below and enter the details of the black lettering on the white darvic ring. https://blx1.bto.org/euring/lang/pages/rings.jsp
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    Autumnwatch 2018

    Perhaps if the BBC paid its presenters less, they would have more to spend on programming.
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    Unnatural Selection by Katrina van Grouw

    Most of you will be familiar with the work of Katrina van Grouw, artist/author. You may have met her in her previous life working in the Natural History Museum or bumped into her when birding/ringing. Her new book Unnatural Selection is now available to order. For those with an artistic and/or...
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    Subbuteo books ceases trading

    I closed my Amazon account and never buy from them. In the long run such mega-companies will prove bad for the consumer in all things, not just books. IMHO.
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    Birds of Prey (2) by Brian k Wheeler

    There's a review of both of these new and classic style field guides on my blog. https://anotherbirdblog.blogspot.com/2018/05/book-review-birds-of-prey-by-brian-k.html
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    Wildlife of Madeira and the Canary Islands

    I posted a review of the new WILDGuides Wildlife of Madeira and the Canary Islands on my blog. This new field guide is not entirely birds but also devotes 70 pages to mammals, reptiles, amphibians, butterflies and dragonflies. It’s a photo guide so may not suit everyone but has the advantage...
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    Photographic Field Guide to the Birds of India...

    https://anotherbirdblog.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/birds-of-india-photographic-field-guide.html
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    Britain's Mammals

    Hi Jon. As you can see from my review I thought all those involved with the book did a great job. I wish you every success with it. Phil
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    Britain's Mammals

    I posted a review to the above on my blog. This book is a companion guide to Britain's Bird published in late 2016. http://anotherbirdblog.blogspot.co.uk/2017/03/britains-mammals-review.html
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    Britain's Birds

    A good review John. I see that you and others have picked up on the less than perfect maps. As you say, the book is more than 90% effective in Iberia, a fact appreciated by a blog reader in Portugal who ordered a copy after reading my own review. Cheers Phil http://anotherbirdblog.blogspot.com/
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    Britain's Birds

    You will not be disappointed John.
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    Britain's Birds

    I have a review copy and studied it over the weekend. I have posted a review on my blog. http://anotherbirdblog.blogspot.co.uk/2016/08/britains-birds-book-review.html I am hugely impressed with this book and predict it will be highly sought after.
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    Pom Skua Pilling

    On 14th February I found the skua dead near the high tide mark. http://anotherbirdblog.blogspot.co.uk/2015/02/good-birding-but-pitiful-pom.html
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    Ten Thousand Birds: Ornithology since Darwin

    The publication date is now 26th February. I have a copy and will post a review on my blog very soon. http://anotherbirdblog.blogspot.co.uk/
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    Crossley ID Guide: Britain & Ireland

    This five-letter code used in the book is used primarily by the British and Irish ringing scheme, and is well known by all bird ringers and most field workers by providing a code for each species occurring in Britain and Ireland. In general, the code is formed from the first three letters of...
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    Id The Thief

    Is he really a birder? He was at Martin Mere.
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    Crossley ID Guide: Britain & Ireland

    For anyone undecided about buying this book there should be lots of information and pages to view next week via a tour of UK and Ireland blogs. Free signed copies to win too. http://blog.press.princeton.edu/crossley-uk-blog-tour-schedule/
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    Crossley ID Guide: Britain & Ireland

    Next week John. You can order via the usual websites.
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    Crossley ID Guide: Britain & Ireland

    There's a blog tour of the book next week, kicking off Monday. http://blog.press.princeton.edu/2013/10/31/crossley-uk-blog-tour-kicks-off-on-monday-heres-the-complete-schedule/
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    Crossley ID Guide: Britain & Ireland

    http://anotherbirdblog.blogspot.co.uk/2013/10/sneak-peek-crossley-id-guide-britain.html
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    Tracks and Signs of the Animals and Birds of Britain and Europe Lars-Henrik Olsen

    This book should interest bird watchers and naturalists of all persuasions. I posted a review on my blog. http://anotherbirdblog.blogspot.co.uk/2013/08/gone-tracking-book-review.html
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