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'Virtually every species gets a page to itself...The illustrations, by Dave Nurney, are truly excellent, lifelike and show all the key identification features. At under a fiver, this really is the best value bird book on the market.' --Countryfile (Autumn 2007)
'Well planned, well executed, and commendable cheap, this little book deserves to be a very popular beginners' guide to 174 of Britain's commonest bird species.' --IBIS (April 2008)
'Easily the best guide for the complete beginner...Brilliant' --The Observer (June 2008)
'Well planned, well executed, and commendable cheap, this little book deserves to be a very popular beginners' guide to 174 of Britain's commonest bird species.' IBIS (April 2008) --IBIS (April 2008)
'Easily the best guide for the complete beginner...Brilliant', The Observer (June 2008) --The Observer (June 2008)
Simon Harrap is a professional naturalist and birder. He has led birdwatching holidays for almost 20 years and is a regular contributor to birding magazines and journals. He is the author of Tits, Nuthatches and Treecreepers (Helm), and co-author of Where to Watch Birds in Britain (Helm) and Orchids of Britain and Ireland (A&C Black). He has recently set up a company with his wife to run nature breaks in Norfolk, his home county.
A Nice book to have with you when your out & bout looking at wild life .Published 3 hours ago by playstation gamer
A bargain. Ideal for the hobby twitcher and its small enough to fit snugly in my binocular case.Published 16 hours ago by Es
Very happy with my little book. Lovely illustrations and sufficient explanation.Published 5 days ago by Northerner
Slightly less detailed than the Handbook but just as useful as it is easy to fit in your pocket hence the title pocket book I guess..Published 11 days ago by P D Robinson
An excellent little book and well worth the money. Handy guide, wonderfully illustrated, great information and a bargain at the price. Highly recommend this.Published 13 days ago by C. Beaumont
Excellent pocket book of birds, very compact, clear pictures and descriptions of both birds and habitat, ideal for taking out whilst spotting, one of the better pocket books i have... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Paul Garbutt