Ireland S Garden Birds

Author: Oran O'Sullivan
Editor: Gill & Macmillan Ltd
ISBN: 1848896239
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An essential companion for bird lovers and gardeners alike since it was first published, this highly successful guide to identifying garden birds has now been fully updated with the latest information and statistics. Highlighting a range of plants and planting schemes that support wildlife, it provides expert advice on making your garden a haven for birds. Learn everything you need to know about all the birds you’re most likely to see from your window, how to attract them into your garden and how to care for them. Each species is accessibly described, with details of identification, status and abundance, feeding habits, songs and call, and breeding season. The species guide has been updated to include the Great Spotted Woodpecker, which is now breeding regularly on the east coast and turning up in gardens. The species descriptions are enhanced by new photographs of the highest quality. Whether you are an avid gardener or just love feeding birds in your garden, this practical and easy-to-use guide is invaluable. Also available: 'Birds of Ireland – A Field Guide'

The Birds Of Ireland

Author: Jim Wilson
Editor: Gill & Macmillan Ltd
ISBN: 1848898274
Size: 17,90 MB
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An important tool of a birdwatcher is a good identification guide. Most cover the birds of Europe and few deal exclusively with Ireland. This first photographic identification guide to the birds of Ireland has over 1,600 photos of more than 260 species, in an easy, quick-reference format. With eight to fifteen images per species, the key identification features of each bird are shown, with concise descriptions and pointers to indicate important features. This guide is produced in association with BirdWatch Ireland, Ireland’s leading bird-conservation organisation. The purchase of this guide contributes funds to BirdWatch Ireland’s conservation and education initiatives to help protect and promote Ireland’s wild birds and habitats. similar to: Ireland’s Garden Birds by Jim Wilson and Oran O’Sullivan.

The Irish Garden

Author: Peter Dale
Editor: The History Press
ISBN: 0750989599
Size: 20,51 MB
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Don’t leave yet. Let there be one more piece of magic to remember the place by. Is there something especially Irish about Irish gardens? The climate, soils, availability of plants and skills of green-fingered people generate an unusually benign environment, it’s true, but not one that is unique to Ireland. Irish gardens tend to avoid magnificence in favour of a quiet and domesticated beauty, but that is not peculiar to Ireland either. As Peter Dale demonstrates in this ground-breaking book, strains of Irishness run through these gardens like seams of ore. Seen not just as zones of horticultural bravura, but also as reflections of historical, cultural, political and religious events and values, the gardens accrue an unusual richness of surface and depth of meaning. Atmospherically illustrated by Brian Lalor, The Irish Garden wanders into individual gardens, rather than presenting a sweeping chronology. Though not uncritical of some aspects, this book is a rhapsody on themes of Irishness, as if the spirit and soul of Ireland itself were sometimes more visible in these places than in the more conventionally visited locations of battlefields, breweries and bars.

Bird Observatories Of Britain And Ireland

Author: Mike Archer
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408110407
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An overview of the history and ornithological significance of the Bird Observatories of Britain.

Birds In Ireland

Author: Clive Hutchinson
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408137003
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Birdwatching has become an increasingly popular pastime in Ireland as elsewhere. Nor is all of the birdwatching done by the Irish. Many professional ornithologists from Britain and Western Europe find good reason to study Ireland's birds, as do the numerous birdwatching visitors each year. Clive Hutchinson, a leading Irish ornithologist, has compiled this comprehensive review of birds in the Republic and Northern Ireland to coincide with the 21st anniversary year of the Irish Wildbird Conservancy's foundation and he has had the IWC's active support throughout. The book is timely for other reasons, too. Knowledge about the status and distribution of birds in Ireland has increased greatly since the 1960s and this is reflected in the detailed species accounts which form the major part of the book. Factors which led to this greater knowledge, recent changes in bird distribution and status, and reasons for the absence of some species are topics discussed in the book's introductory chapters. Other subjects covered are Ireland's topography, climate and habitats, a review of ornithology and ornithologists in Ireland over the last 100 years, and conservation programmes of more recent times. John Busby's superb illustrations (more than 100) are a feature of the book, helping to set the Irish scene as well as its birds. Jacket paintings by John Busby

Rspb Handbook Of Garden Wildlife

Author: Peter Holden
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 0713688602
Size: 20,89 MB
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This is a brand new title designed as a companion to the best-sellingRSPB Handbook of British Birds. This RSPB-endorsed guide includessections covering over 200 of the mammal, bird, amphibian and reptile,invertebrate, spider, insect, butterfly, moth, wild flower, gardenplant, tree and shrub, and mushroom and toadstool species you arelikely to find in your garden. The concise, practical text covers identification, habits,characteristics, food and garden conservation. Additional introductorysections about garden habitats detail, among other topics, how to plantfor the seasons, how to make a pond or bog garden to attract newspecies into your garden, and how to build a hedgehog box or a nest boxfor birds to encourage your garden visitors to stick around for longer. This brand new RSPB Handbook provides a complete, single source of basic information to our most familiar garden wildlife.

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The Complete Garden Bird Book

Author: Mark Golley
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1472937651
Size: 19,57 MB
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One of the greatest pleasures of having a garden is being able to identify the great number of different bird species that may feed, bathe and nest there, or simply fly over, particularly during migration. This bestseller combines full identification and behavioural features of over 70 common garden bird species with detailed information on attracting birds to your garden. The clear illustrations and text are presented in an easy-to-use format and provide practical bird identification information to the novice birdwatcher. A concise introduction covers ideal garden habitats, binoculars, bird behaviour and feeding birds. Stunningly illustrated, yet simple to use, The Complete Garden Bird Book will ensure that you get the maximum pleasure from your garden whatever its size or location.

Garden Bird Behaviour

Author: Robert Burton
Editor: New Holland Books
ISBN: 9781843309383
Size: 16,16 MB
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Whether you own several acres of garden in the remote countryside or a window-box in an urban area, observing the behaviour of garden birds, from acrobatic tits to blackbirds in full song, can be an intensely rewarding pastime. Garden Bird Behaviour explores a wide range of bird behaviour including courtship, territorial behaviour, singing, nesting, flying, feeding, and migration; it's an invaluable guide that will help you get the most out of your birdwatching hobby. Written in a personal and encouraging style, with wonderful photographs and colour artwork, Garden Bird Behaviour is as enjoyable to read as it is informative. The emphasis is on observing the birds that frequent your garden and taking time to spot the different characteristics of each species as they feed, interact or raise their young, in order to gradually build up a comprehensive understanding of their behaviour.

Birds New To Britain And Ireland

Author: J.T.R. Sharrock
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 140813845X
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The 83 species featured in this book, in date sequence of discovery, had not been recorded in Britain or Ireland before 1946. The original accounts of the sightings published in issues of British Birds* between 1947 and 1982 are now reprinted and supplemented with comment by Dr Sharrock on subsequent occurrences and current status. In addition, Peter Grant provides identification notes drawing attention to points not covered in the original accounts. There is also a world distribution map for each species and a line illustration to head each of the accounts. At the end of the book a section of plates reproduces 81 'first-sighting' photographs covering 32 of the species in the book.