This is the twenty-seventh annual report of the Rare Breeding Birds Panel, which presents details of the status of Britain's rarest breeding birds. Most totals are set out by county, region or, occasionally, country; only rarely are actual localities given. This is done in order to minimise the continuing threat from egg-collectors, and, in some cases, to reduce the risk of disturbance from over-ze


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