The unsound approach


Rare Birds: Where and When

Posted on January 12, 2009 at 9:25 AM

Limited print run so get yours while you can... and read about it here.

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Reply col
9:50 AM on January 12, 2009 
cheers for the tip-off, just ordered my copy! Any chance of a link swap? Galley Head Birding <a href="" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"></a>
Reply DJB
3:56 PM on January 12, 2009 
Hope you've spotted the typo on the cover before it went to the printers... distibution?!
Reply Alex
5:38 PM on January 12, 2009 
col - link reciprocated. <br> <br>DJB - er... that's a new variant spelling of 'distribution' pertaining to vagrants... er... good call!
Reply Harry
6:38 AM on January 13, 2009 
When it says that the book contains BBRC <i>and</i> IRBC records, is this just another case of only Irish records of <b>British</b> rarities being included, or will it take into account Irish records of, say, Nightingale, Cetti's Warbler, Marsh Tit, Honey-buzzard and so on?
Reply Alex
1:50 PM on January 13, 2009 
Sorry Harry, only vagrants to the whole archipelago....
Reply punkbirder
6:31 AM on January 14, 2009 
new 'mock-up' cover posted.
Reply Colin J
1:02 PM on January 16, 2009 
How nice to see a good book,as a depression sufferer this will certainly make we go out and find more rare birds