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Watching Waterbirds with Kate Humble and Martin McGill This Book Introduces Some 75 Species Of Wetland Birds To Readers Through The Eyes Of Kate Humble As She Freely Admits Herself, Kate Is Still Learning Her Birds, So To Find Out She Contacted Martin McGill Of The Wildfowl Wetlands Trust To Act As Her Guide Their Birdwatching Sessions Together Form The Basis Of This Book As Kate Learns The Difference Between A Canada Goose And A Barnacle Goose, Which Ducks Dive And Which Ducks Dabble, And How To Tell Apart Those Little Brown Jobs That Warble From The Reedbeds, So She Passes On The Information To The Reader As She Goes The Effect Is Not Dissimilar To The Last Chance To See Series, In Which Mark Carwardine And Stephen Fry Scour The World For Endangered Species.The Difference Between Canada Geese And Barnacle Geese Just Remember That The C Anada Goose Has A C Hin Strap The Teal Is The Ziggy Stardust Of The Duck World, While The Shoveler Feeds As Though It S Dropped Its Contact Lenses.Each Species Takes Up Approximately Two Pages, Complete With Photographs And Illustrations To Bring Out The Key Identification And Behavioural Points The Birds Are Divided Into Simply Titled Groups Large Waddling Birds, Little Brown Jobs, And So On Other Chapters In The Book Cover Topics Such As Basic Equipment, Clothing, Hide Etiquette And , Each Written For The Beginner In Kate S Style.WWT Centres Slimbridge Glos , Arundel Sussex , Wetland Centre Barnes , Welney Norfolk , Washington Tyne Wear , Caerlaverock Dumfries , Martin Mere Lancs , Llanelli Wales , Castle Espie N Ireland.

Free Watching Waterbirds with Kate Humble and Martin McGill   – rading–
  • Paperback
  • 256 pages
  • Watching Waterbirds with Kate Humble and Martin McGill
  • Kate Humble
  • 14 April 2018
  • 9781472967039

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10 thoughts on “Watching Waterbirds with Kate Humble and Martin McGill

  1. says:

    A very informative guide written in a way that should appeal to both beginners and those with experience

  2. says:

    A beginner s guide to watching water birds If you re looking for a comprehensive field guide this isn t the right book for you but as an enthusiastic introduction it s a winner It divides birds into categories like big swimming birds small waders rather than scientific families so you can use it in the field based on appearance without prior knowledge It s interspersed with chatty descriptions of the joy of bird watching which makes it a book you can act...

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