Breeding Birds of Britain and Ireland: Historical Survey download epub
by John Parslow
Subtitles "A Historical Survey", John Parslow's book is based on his invaluable series of eight papers which first appeared in British Birds in 1967-68. Includes 225 distribution maps for all breeding species.
Subtitles "A Historical Survey", John Parslow's book is based on his invaluable series of eight papers which first appeared in British Birds in 1967-68. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.
Parslow, John (1973). Breeding Birds of Britain and Ireland: Historical Survey (1st e. Heinzel, Hermann; Fitter, R. S. Parslow, John (1979)
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John Leonard Frederick Parslow Breeding birds of Britain and Ireland: A historical survey. ISBN 13: 9780856610011. Breeding birds of Britain and Ireland: A historical survey. John Leonard Frederick Parslow.
series Poyser Monographs. Published in 1973, this book looks at the breeding status of all of Britain's birds at that time. Books related to Breeding Birds of Britain and Ireland. The book that spawned the award-winning, decades-spanning Poyser series, which now includes more than 100 titles on ornithology.
This companion volume to The Atlas of Wintering Birds in Britain and Ireland (see back flap) is derived from yearly surveys of breeding birds in Britain and Ireland during 1968-72, organised by the British Trust for Ornithology and the Irish Wildbird Conservancy. Each of the 3,862 10-km squares of Britain and Ireland was visited during the five years and the resulting records (over 285,000) are summarised in the maps. The book is a major triumph for the BTO and IWC and a fitting reward to the many thousands of field workers who made its compilation possible.
It further covers the Canary Islands, Madeira and the Azores. The breeding birds of East Greenland are also included, since they are all European birds. I honestly don't understand the point of covering such a vast and variegated area, but it sure is exciting with a field guide that can be used in both Khuzestan, Moscow, Lapland and the City of London! Twitching, anyone? The book covers both breeding species, migrants and rare vagrants.
The book provides the information needed to identify every species - whatever its age or sex - and special pages highlight groups of birds that are difficult to identify.
by John Leonard Frederick Parslow. Largely based on material which first appeared in the journal British Birds under the title "Changes in status among breeding birds in Britain and Ireland. Includes bibliographical references (p. -201) and index.