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Old Tuesday 30th July 2019, 18:12   #251
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Oh, read it as my anticipation - have also seen March '19 as due date. So-so-sorry.
I don't know what's happened to this title but so far, there is no revised date for publication that I can find?
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I don't know what's happened to this title but so far, there is no revised date for publication that I can find?
Multimedia Identification Guide to North Atlantic Seabirds - Vol 4

I have since found a revised date of Dec 19 for this title.
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A request for info more or less;
In a bibliography somewhere I saw this:
Ahlström,P. & Mild,K. (In prep), Larks of Europe, Asia and North America, Helm, London
Anyone with any knowledge?
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A request for info more or less;
In a bibliography somewhere I saw this:
Ahlström,P. & Mild,K. (In prep), Larks of Europe, Asia and North America, Helm, London
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Maybe you should write to Per Alström and asked him what happened to this book project. AFAIK this book was first announced in 2003 but was never published.
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Just published a book for albatross admirers:

Around the World for Albatrosses Where to See All the Albatross Species by Otto Plantema

https://www.nhbs.com/around-the-worl...eid=a95fdefca3
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Maybe you should write to Per Alström and asked him what happened to this book project. AFAIK this book was first announced in 2003 but was never published.

Never happened. But it did in fact morph into this:

Larks of the World by Paul Donald and Per Alström
Illustrated by Faansie Peacock and Bill Zetterström

which is close to completion. The plates are sensational ...

This publishes in November next year.
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Never happened. But it did in fact morph into this:

Larks of the World by Paul Donald and Per Alström
Illustrated by Faansie Peacock and Bill Zetterström

which is close to completion. The plates are sensational ...

This publishes in November next year.
That's the wife's Christmas present sorted!
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Never happened. But it did in fact morph into this:

Larks of the World by Paul Donald and Per Alström
Illustrated by Faansie Peacock and Bill Zetterström

which is close to completion. The plates are sensational ...

This publishes in November next year.
I can't find any info on this title at all?
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Never happened. But it did in fact morph into this:

Larks of the World by Paul Donald and Per Alström
Illustrated by Faansie Peacock and Bill Zetterström

which is close to completion. The plates are sensational ...

This publishes in November next year.
Hi Jim,

I would be curious to know if you could tell us anything about Birds of Brazil by Zimmer or Birds of Argentina by Pearman. Are both still scheduled for publication?
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I can't find any info on this title at all?
There is a book catalogue from Bloomsbury Publishing where this book is announced

https://issuu.com/bloomsburypublishi...de__london_boo
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Thanks Melanie,
I'd have thought it would get more pre publication, promotion than this though, non of my usual book suppliers have any mention of it.
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