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A Bad Birdwatcher's Companion, eAudiobook MP3 eaudioBook

A Bad Birdwatcher's Companion eAudiobook MP3

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Simon Barnes is one of Britain's leading bird writers and humorists.

His weekly column in The Times, his essays for the RSPB magazine and his two books on bad bird-watching have made him one of the characters of the bird world.

Here he reads his own illuminating introductions to the fifty main birds of Britain, supported by the distinguishing bird song of each species.

He not only gives helpful identifying features, but enriches them with whimsical observations on their characters and tendencies.

It is a delightful text, superbly presented by the author himself.

Runtime: 4 hours 47 minutes


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