(1) Bird-Lovers' Manuals (2) The Birds of the Firth of Clyde

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    THE house of Witherby, under the direction of a distinguished ornithologist, is justly renowned for its bird-books, both technical and popular. Two of the works named above belong to a new series of “Bird Lovers' Manuals” which seem likely to have a wide appeal.

    (1) Bird-Lovers' Manuals

    How to Know British Birds. By Norman H. Joy. Pp. 136 + 40 plates. Birds of the Green Belt and the Country around London. R. M. Lockley. Pp. xix + 236 + 4 plates. 5s. net each.

    (2) The Birds of the Firth of Clyde:

    including Ayrshire, Renfrewshire, Buteshire, Dumbartonshire and South Argyllshire. By John Morell McWilliam. Pp. 164 + 10 plates. 12s. 6d. net. (London: H. F. and G. Witherby, 1936.)

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