. As usual, each entrant had been required to submit a set of four black-and-white drawings in pen and ink or scraperboard, to precisely specified dimensions. This year there were only 18 entries; fewer than last year. While this total was a little disap-ach year since 1979, British Birds has set out to discover new talent in its annual bird illustration competition. This year, the judging took pl


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