The 56-page, A5 wiro-banded work comes in full colour, and features beautiful artwork, including the front cover. The report contains the following, as well as much more:
- A full systematic list of the birds recorded in 2016, with photos.
- Finders reports for site firsts
- A review of the local status of Red-crested Pochard.
- An examiantion of the 'Shalford Split' and 'Hascombe Gap' flyway theory.
The report costs just £12, and that price includes postage.
For £15 both the 2016 report and 2015 one can be purchased, but please note only a few of the 2015 publication remain.
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