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Conservation research news

01 February 2005
Comments News and comment The publication in 2004 of the results of the `Seabird 2000' survey (Mitchell et al. 2004) has once again focused attention on the internationally important seabird populations breeding in Britain & Ireland. While many species, such as the auks, ap...
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Notes

01 February 2005
Comments Notes All Notes submitted to British Birds are subject to independent review, either by the Notes Panel or by the BB Editorial Board.Those considered appropriate for BB will be published either here or on our website (www.britishbirds.co.uk) subject to the a...
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Reviews

01 February 2005
Comments Reviews TIME TO FLY: EXPLORING BIRD MIGRATION By Jim Flegg. BTO, Thetford, 2004. 184 pages; 107 colour photographs; 97 coloured maps; line-drawings and diagrams. ISBN 1-904870-08-2. Paperback, £14.00 (including p&p from the BTO). This book provides a fasc...
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News and Comment

01 February 2005
Comments News and comment Many of us will have been personally affected by the Indian Ocean tsunami, so it may seem insensitive to be concerned about the impact on wildlife when so many people died and so many more face an uncertain future. Accordingly, BirdLife (www.birdlife.n...
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