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Publisher Description

Ireland’s geographical isolation has ensured that its avian life is quite distinctive. Over 440 species have been recorded, of which almost half are considered to be scarce or rarer migrants/vagrants. It's exposed position in the west of Europe has blessed Ireland with a mouthwatering list of passing seabirds and vagrant American land birds. Many areas are underwatched, allowing the intrepid birdwatcher the chance to find their own rare birds; at the same time, there are many excellent well-established birding sites that give visitors a variety of birdwatching opportunities. This book covers them all.


Contents includes:


*Where and when to find sought-after birds and advice or where and when to maximise chances of finding vagrant species

*Detailed maps drawn especially for this publication

*Up-to-date information on the best birding sites from 16 areas of western Ireland

*Information on travel to and in the country

GENRE
Science & Nature
RELEASED
2012
October 31
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
48
Pages
PUBLISHER
BirdGuides Ltd
SIZE
6.2
MB