3 edition of Notes on the birds of Herefordshire found in the catalog.
Notes on the birds of Herefordshire
Henry Graves Bull
|Other titles||Birds of Herefordshire|
|Statement||contributed by members of the Woolhope Club ; collected and arranged by the late Henry Graves Bull.|
|LC Classifications||QL690.G7 B935|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxx, 274 p. :|
|Number of Pages||274|
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The Herefordshire Ornithological Club (HOC), founded inpromotes the study and conservation of birds in the County: aims that have become increasingly important.
We are supported by over members, providing opportunities for them to pursue their hobby and ornithological interests. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bull, Henry Graves. Notes on the birds of Herefordshire.
London: H. Adams, (OCoLC) "These 'Notes on the Birds of Herefordshire' were originally written for the purpose of being read at the Field Meetings of the Woolhope Club; the Members of the Club most kindly helping, by contributing notes of the appearance of any rare or remarkable birds.
About this book. The Birds of Herefordshire is the first systematic assessment of the breeding and wintering distribution and abundance of the bird species of the county of Herefordshire. It is the Notes on the birds of Herefordshire book of a project, undertaken over a period of ten years, by the Herefordshire Ornithological Club (HOC).
The Birds of Herefordshire. Published on 16 May in Book reviews. By Herefordshire Ornithological Club. Liverpool University Press, ; hbk, pp; numerous coloured maps, photographs and tables. ISBN£ Following a detailed review, including an examination of all the rare birds seen 20 or fewer times, an up-to-date county bird list has been produced and is included here.
Another table lists the rare species concerned, number of records, the years recorded and brief notes; the research included visits to Hereford Museum, resulting in the. The Wye Valley is located in the river’s valleys south of Hereford, while the Malvern Hills are in the east of the county, along its border with Herefordshire Ornithological Club (HOC) studies wild birds and their habitat, particularly in Herefordshire, with.
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This is the 65th annual report of the ‘Birds of Herefordshire’, the Herefordshire Ornithological Club’s (HOC) annual publication forwhich I hope you will enjoy reading. During the year a total of species were recorded, summary details and highlights of which are presented in the systematic list section on pages 30 – 98, for.
Birds of Hertfordshire is a county avifauna in its broadest sense, drawing upon an impressive suite of material to deliver a comprehensive account of the county’s birds.
It is not just the breadth of the material used to deliver the or so pages of species accounts that sets this avifauna apart, but the way in which it has been used. Rather than stick to the rigid ‘one size. Herefordshire Wildlife Trust Our vision is for a Herefordshire richer and more diverse in wildlife that is valued, and cared for, by its people to the benefi t of all.
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust is a driving force for nature conservation in the county with over 5, members from across Herefordshire and beyond. We’re part of a national.
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A small diving water bird frequenting rivers and fresh waters, specifically a little grebe or dabchick. References. Notes on the birds of Herefordshire, Woolhope Naturalists' Field Club; didapper in The Century Dictionary, The Century Co., New York, The Wild Bird Store, Hereford, Herefordshire.
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