2012 Northamptonshire Bird Report now out!

Northants Birds

NBR 2012The latest Northamptonshire Bird Report, with records for 2012, is now available. Contents include full Systematic List compiled using records from more than 230 local observers, sections on Escapes and Ferals and Corrections and Additions from previous years, as well as many photos and illustrations. There is also an account detailing the occurrence of Northamptonshire’s first Bonaparte’s Gull, the East Midlands Red Kite Report, Barn Owl Project Report, Nightingale Survey and ringing data from the Storton’s Pits Ringing Group as well as the full list of species ever recorded in Northants, tables of arrival and departure dates for summer and winter visitors and a County site map.

Copies and back issues from:

R W Bullock, 81 Cavendish Drive, Northampton NN3 3HL

Price £7.00 + £1.20 p&p

Cheques payable to ‘Northamptonshire Bird Report’

The 2013 Report will soon be completed and is expected to be available later this year.

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2 Responses to 2012 Northamptonshire Bird Report now out!

  1. Barbara Nunn says:

    County site map is useful but not as good as a Gazetteer with grid references of all sites mentioned in the report. Surely a basic requirement so does the new report have one?

    • Mike Alibone says:

      No, it doesn’t. We dropped the gazetteer a few years back in favour of the map which visually illustrates positions of sites, in relation to each other, within the county. Putting site names into, for example, streetmap.com reveals their exact positions in relation to access points in most instances at OS level if required.

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