RSPB Pocket Birds

RSPB Pocket Birds None

  • Title: RSPB Pocket Birds
  • Author: Jonathan Elphick John Woodward
  • ISBN: 9780751336788
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2019-02-25T02:59:13+00:00

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    1. As I write this there is a female Great Spotted Woodpecker on the bird feeder, hammering away at the fat balls. I don’t hear it early morning now as it taps the bark on the dying Scots pine outside – maybe there’s no live food available, or maybe I’m not waking early enough – but it’s got bolder and no longer flies away in fright when we appear at the window, as the occasional shy jay does. The woodpecker is a sight to swell the heart, with its striking pied plumage and the bold spla [...]

    2. Useful book that I bought during my holiday in Ireland this year. The first thing that I like about it is the fact that it is really pocket-size and fits perfectly even in the bag in which I carry my Reflex Camera.This guide helped me to identify the birds I have seen or taken shots of. There are lots of species divided in 6 main categories, each ordered by size & likeliness so it's quite simple to find what you're looking for.The details given for every bird are essential and usually give t [...]

    3. A useful pocket sized guide that is easy to carry and easy to use, with clear descriptions and photographs of each bird. Although it may not have every bird species found in the Britain and Europe it has enough to make identification relatively straight forward. The description of bird calls is also of use (and quite amusing to try and mimic) although some prior knowledge of these does help. Overall a very useful field guide that fits nicely into the back pocket of a pair of jeans.

    4. Not sure what to say about this book. It’s a good guide for identifying the common and not so common by birds in Europe. The pictures are clear and the descriptions easy to understand. Take it whenever I’m visiting a nature reserve, or on holiday and it lives in the kitchen in case I need to ID a garden visitor.

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