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A History of the Birds of Suffolk

Nature volume 131, page 568 (22 April 1933) | Download Citation



WITH the progress of ornithological interest it is impossible to work with a book that is forty-five years old, however good it was when published. Those interested in the birds of Suffolk will welcome an up-to-date work by one who is singularly competent to write it. From the hours of a busy life, Dr. Claud Ticehurst was able to take some leisure and to make his notes and record his observations. He has spent twenty years in producing this volume, seventeen of which were spent in Lowestoft.

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