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Collins BTO Guide to Rare British Birds is the companion volume to the Collins BTO Guide to British Birds. It covers all the rare and scarce birds that have occurred in Britain and Ireland four times or more, as of February 'The Rarest of the Rare' section lists all the species that have occurred fewer than four times; taken in combination, this means that every species of wild bird Notice of the occurrence of some rare British birds book has ever Price Range: £ - £ This British Import contains 18 tracks, as well as 1 bonus hidden track, and clocks in at just under 60 minutes.
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His first publication, at the age of 40, was "On the Occurrence of some Rare British Birds" (). This was published in the 2nd volume of the 'Zoological Journal' and he later became one of that journal's editors.
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and Ireland of birds that have occurred vast distances outside their normal ranges. It is the difficult task of the British Ornithologists' Union Records Committee (BOURC) and die Irish Rare Birds Committee to decide which of these have occurred naturally, rather dian as a result of escape from captivity.
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