The bird book that we need

'The market for general field guides covering hundreds of species, from divers to sparrows, has surely now been met in Europe . . .' (Brit. Birds 65: 410). In the decade that has followed, the appearance of half-a-dozen such books has proved the market to be considerably more elastic than anticipated, even if it has sometimes seemed that 'there is a conspiracy amongst pu


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