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  1. Jim Martin

    Poyser relaunch and The Common Buzzard

    An exciting reveal of the Poyser relaunch can be seen here: https://twitter.com/chiffchat/status/1192077897202307072 Jim
  2. Jim Martin

    Marsh Tits / Willow Tits

    Announcing the acquisition of THE MARSH TIT AND THE WILLOW TIT by Richard K. Broughton. The next addition to the venerable and much-loved T & AD Poyser series. This book will be coming out at the end of 2022, and following our imminent relaunch of the series, it will be available in both...
  3. Jim Martin

    Birds of the UK Overseas Territories

    Announcing the acquisition of BIRDS OF THE UK OVERSEAS TERRITORIES, a new title in the Poyser series based on the brilliant series of papers in British Birds. Publishing in July next year, in both hardback and paperback formats.
  4. Jim Martin

    Where to Watch Birds in Wales (5th ed)

    Announcing the acquisition of this title, Where to Watch Birds in Wales –*the fifth incarnation of this much-loved guide to the principality, by David Saunders and Jon Green. Publishing in October 2021. Jim
  5. Jim Martin

    Poyser dust jackets

    Hi I have a pile of Poyser (1st edition) dust jackets here, free to good homes. See http://poyserbooks.blogspot.com/ for details. Best wishes, Jim
  6. Jim Martin

    Bb 87:1

    Rather implausibly, I have a semi-mint copy of this edition of British Birds from January 1994 (even more implausibly, found in the back of a cupboard during a clear out). If any collectors are missing this edition and would like it, or if you'd like to read about pollutants in bitterns or...
  7. Jim Martin

    Bb 2008-2009

    Hi Copies of British Birds from Feb 2008 to Oct 2009, free to a good home. If you would like them drop me an email ([email protected]), With best wishes, Jim
  8. Jim Martin

    Birding at The Masters (Augusta, Georgia)

    Here's a tough one. I love the US Masters, which is on right now - the finest tournament in word golf. But every year I end up trying, and failing, to identify a bird that is calling away in the background. If you watch (or rather listen to) footage its almost constantly calling, and it seems...
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