British Birds October 2019 summary of contents

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This book is highly recommended for all aficionados of this charismatic raptor, which is now well established in many areas of the UK and hopefully will soon become a regular sight throughout these islands…

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This is the first field guide to the birds of Mongolia, a country now firmly on the map for world birders thanks to a suite of very special birds, including the elegant Oriental Plover, the enormous Black-billed Capercaillie and the enigmatic Relict Gull…

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As with all repeat regional atlases on such a fine scale, this is an important and extremely valuable tool for conservationists. It is an absorbing read and a must for local birders and collectors of atlases…

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With its slate-blue cover and bright orange endpapers, as well as numerous full-page photographs, this book is every bit as striking and colourful as the Red-footed Falcon itself…

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Vietnam is one of the best birding destinations in Asia and a three-week trip from north to south is likely to result in a total of around 400 species…

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Rockabill, in Co. Dublin, supports the most important colony of Roseate Terns in Europe. This paper describes the first boat-based visual tracking of Roseate Terns from Rockabill and relates this to observations of chick provisioning at the colony…

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In this paper we summarise the current knowledge of stonechat taxonomy, and the identification and British status of the three ‘Eastern Stonechat’ taxa that are known to have occurred here…

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Tracking suggests that the Omani population of Egyptian Vultures must greatly exceed the published estimate of 100 pairs…

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British Birds September 2019: summary of contents

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