Disturbance of breeding and resting birds by bird-watchers Sirs,--Changes in land use involving reclamation for agriculture and forestry, together with other factors consequent upon an expanding economy, have, within the last two or three decades, considerably reduced the area of semi-natuial vegetation in Britain. The erection of power stations and refineries, and urban and industrial development...

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