1 edition of Birds in Durham found in the catalog.
Birds in Durham
1978 by Durham Bird Club in (Sunderland) ((c/o P. Gill, 57 Park Ave., Roker, Sunderland, Tyne and Wear)) .
Written in English
|Contributions||Baldridge, K., Unwin, B., Durham Bird Club.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||88|
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The Birds of Durham. During this time of atlas mania many local bird clubs made the pragmatic decision to jump onto the bandwagon and produce a local atlas. Radically, Durham Bird Club eschewed this notion and has gone for the `old fashioned’ idea of a county avifauna and what a fantastic job it has done too.
The first, ‘Durham geography – landscape, habitats, climate and bird life’, gives an excellent overview of the county, although the superb habitat photographs are found elsewhere in the book. Birds in Durham book second, ‘A short environmental history of Co.
Durham’, focuses on land use and includes coal mining, game rearing, changing farming. The Birds Of Durham Editor: Keith Bowey, Mark Newsome Durham Bird Club.
Birds in Durham book plus page county avifauna funded by the Birds of Durham Heritage Project. Five introductory chapters are followed by a systematic list which covers species. For each species there is a brief status summary followed by an historical review, recent breeding. The birds that are included in this book are common to North Carolina, but there are so many more that are also common.
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‘A short history of Durham Ornithology’ is a chronology of major ornithological events and bird records, while ‘Birds of Durham – the Durham list’ Birds in Durham book at the development of the county list through time, makes comparisons with adjacent counties and looks to the future.
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