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by Valerie M. Thom
Author: Valerie M. Thom
Publisher: Academic Press (February 11, 1990)
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Scotland is a small country but with a long history of ornithology and a varied birdlife. Read this book to find out everything you needed to know about Scotland's avifauna.
Scotland is a small country but with a long history of ornithology and a varied birdlife. The book describes Scotland's geography, ecology and ornithological history. It also discusses trends in bird populations and conservation. The bulk of the book is the systematic list covering every species recorded in Scotland up to the mid eighties.
The book's users will be indebted to them all for this comprehensive and essential guide to birds in Scotland.
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A section of photographs illustrates the varied habitats typical of Scotland today. There are, further, appendices and an extensive bibliography. The book is of great and obvious interest to all birdwatchers in Scotland but it will be of special value, too, to the many thousands of birdwatching visitors from elsewhere in these islands and from countries abroad.
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Poyser began as a British publisher, founded by Trevor and Anna Poyser in 1973, to specialise in ornithology books. British Trust for Ornithology, having early success with the Atlas of Breeding Birds in Britain and Ireland (1976).
amp; A. D. Poyser began as a British publisher, founded by Trevor and Anna Poyser in 1973, to specialise in ornithology books. It was located in Calton, Staffordshire. They often worked in conjunction with the British Trust for Ornithology, having early success with the Atlas of Breeding Birds in Britain and Ireland (1976). Trevor and Anna Poyser sold the business to Academic Press in January 1990. This was, in turn, taken over by Harcourt Brace and then Elsevier Science. Academic Press added a new imprint, Poyser Natural History.