| Isles of Scilly Bird and Natural History Review 2022 | Isles of Scilly Bird Group | BTO | 2023 | Paperback | 256 Pages | ISSN: 1474-4937 |

The Publisher’s View:

2022 Review Highlights:

  • Full of superb artwork and photos, including artwork on the front cover for the first time
  • Full details of all 246 species seen in 2022, which included many exciting rarities
  • Finders’ Reports on Scilly’s first Blackburnian Warbler, first Crag Martin, 3rdPechora Pipit, 6th Myrtle Warbler and several others
  • A special gallery of photos of the stunning Blackburnian Warbler
  • Reports on the long-awaited acceptance of a North American Horned Lark in 2001 as the first for Britain and also the sighting of a radio-tagged Tenerife-breeding Grant’s Storm Petrel clipping UK territorial waters 350km SW of Scilly
  • Articles on rockpooling, eradicating rats from Round Island and rescuing stranded eels from a dried-up Porthloo Duck Pond
  • Comprehensive annual reports on:

bird ringing, colour-ring sightings and seabird monitoring cetaceans and other sea creatures, butterflies, moths and other insect groups bats and other mammals plants

  • The Isles of Scilly Bird Checklist – updated and packed with information.

Fatbirder View:

Part gazetteer, part handbook, part record of sightings this is a must for any of that legion of annual visitors to the famed isles of vagrant migrants.

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