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birds of Breconshire

by Edward Cambridge Phillips

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Published by E. Davies in Brecon [Eng.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birds -- Wales -- Breconshire.

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    Statementby E. Cambridge Phillips ...
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi, 158, [10] p. :
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23338084M
    OCLC/WorldCa4543240

    18 nature reserves across Brecknock covering a range of habitats e.g. wildflower meadows, old pastures, woodlands, limestone escarpments, quarries and peat bogs. A refuge for dormice, butterflies, bats, woodpeckers and moths plus a range of interesting and unusual . The Breeding Birds of North Wales Editor: Ian M. Spence, Anne Brenchley, Rhion Pritchard and Geoff Gibbs Liverpool University Press. "Framed by the magnificent and internationally important coastline from the Dyfi round Anglesey to the Dee, North Wales, which includes the mountains of the Snowdonia National Park, is a very special place for birds.

    Report on scarce migrant birds in Britain in non-passerines. Published on 11 September in Main articles. By Steve White and Chris Kehoe. Abstract This report summarises the non-passerine scarce migrants recorded in Britain in This year sees the first appearance of Lesser Scaup Aythya affinis in this report, but with just six new arrivals in it was not an auspicious start. Local Avifaunas and Atlases. A selective list of the major avifaunal works covering each county and an almost comprehensive list of county atlases. Only separate publications which cover the entire county and provide more or less comprehensive detail (as it was known) on all birds in .

    Find a selection of cheap books including english and maths workbooks, adult colouring books, crossword books, sudoku books, and much more at B&M. These birds can indeed be seen all over the Brecon Beacons - another excellent spot is Craig Cerrig Gleisiad, over the border in Breconshire. Return to the A, cross it, and continue northwards on the A towards Brecon (Aberhonddu); crossing excellent moor land en route.


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Its outline is not far from being roughly triangular, with the sides toward the NE, the S Location: Breconshire, Wales. A week in the hills --Some well-known feathered outlaws --With the ravens in Wales --Some birds of the stream --A summer with the birds in Wales, --With the sea birds at Tenby --Some rare birds in the principality --Some rough notes --With the peregrine and merlin in Breconshire --In the nest haunt of the kite (Milvus regalis) Previously the annual county report Breconshire Birds produced excellent articles covering wader passage in and and Tern Passage in and by Michael Shrubb and Martin Peers and are invaluable reading for anyone interested in the avifauna of Breconshire.

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These records have been used to produce maps showing the current distribution of almost different species.About this book. Language: English with bilingual introduction in English and Welsh. A full county avifauna of this Welsh county, the first complete account of Caernarfonshire’s birds since publication of The Birds of Caernarfonshire by John Barnes in