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MIGRANT BIRDS IN BRITAIN
· HOW MANY are seen?
· HOW REGULARLY do they come?
· WHERE do they occur?
· WHEN are they likely to be spotted?
The above questions are authoritatively answered by the author, Dr J. T. R.
Sharrock, honorary secretary of the British Ornithologists’ Union’s Record
Committee and of the Rare Breeding Birds Panel, joint convenor of the European
Ornithological Atlas Committee, and a member of the British Birds Rarities
Committee and of the Irish Records Panel.
Dr Sharrock takes a ten-year period and investigates in detail all the records
of a selection of birds which occur here as scarce migrants – birds from
Europe, from Asia and from America. He considers their breeding and wintering
ranges, and the patterns of their records in Britain and Ireland, and tries to
determine, also . . .
· WHY do they visit us at all?
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