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This first complete account since 1951 of Durham’s rich bird life describes all 396 species recorded in the county, from familiar house sparrows to the rare eastern crowned warbler. Introductory chapters describe the climate, geology and habitats, while a final section gives a brief overview of distribution and ringing data for each species. More than 1,000 pages of text are supported by 136 colour photographs, line drawings and maps.
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