Bird Habitats in Ireland Hardcover – 30 Apr 2012
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The perfect balance between detail and simplicity ensures that, along with the fascinating subject matter discussed, this book will prove to be both educational and interesting for anyone who picks it up. --Josh Jones (BirdGuides.com)
An important book that brings the story of Ireland's birdlife up to the minute. --Michael Viney (The Irish Times)
An important piece of work which deserves a place on the shelves of anyone with a serious interest in birds. --Dick Warner (Irish Examiner)
About the Author
Richard Nairn is a writer and environmental consultant in Co Wicklow. He studied Natural Sciences at Trinity College Dublin and became a nature reserve warden. Director of BirdWatch Ireland during the 1980s, he has published extensively on birds and their habitats. His previous books include Wild Wicklow (1998) and Ireland s Coastline (2005). John O'Halloran is Professor of Zoology and Ecology at University College Cork, and has published over 180 research papers and articles. A former editor of Bird Study, a board member of BirdWatch Ireland, Vice-President of the British Trust for Ornithology and Council member of European Ornithologists Union, John's main interests are in aquatic birds, forest ecology and ecotoxicology: the pathways of pollutant through ecosystems.