Bird Atlas 2007-2011 — save 33% before 31 July

Bird Atlas 2007-2011If you’re a birder in Britain or Ireland then chances are you already know about the upcoming publication of “Bird Atlas 2007-2011”.

The culmination of one of the most ambitious citizen science projects ever undertaken, Bird Atlas brings together data on bird populations collected by tens of thousands  of dedicated volunteers across the British Isles. It has been described by Andy Clements, Director of the BTO, as “”The most important British and Irish bird book for two decades”.

“The most important British and Irish bird book for two decades” Andy Clements, BTO

Some of the highlights of Bird Atlas 2007-2011 include

  • The most complete and comprehensive overview of bird distribution and change in Britain and Ireland
  • Over 1300 maps describe patterns of distribution, abundance and change for nearly 300 species in one hardback volume
  • Compiled from data collected by over 40,000 volunteer surveyors through timed visits, roving records and other sources, over four summers and winters

Scheduled for publication in October 2013, Birdwatch Ireland — whose dedicated team was instrumental in coordinating and contributing to the Irish component of Bird Atlas, are offering a special pre-publication price of €64 (saving you a whopping 33% on the cover price, with free delivery to anywhere in Ireland) on orders received by 31 July 2013.

Order your copy of Bird Atlas from Birdwatch Ireland today, and be one of the first to receive this seminal work on the current state of Britain and Ireland’s birds.

Check out some sample pages below:

About Calvin Jones

Calvin Jones is a freelance writer, author, birder and lifelong wildlife enthusiast. He is founder and managing editor of IrelandsWildlife.com. He is also the tour leader and wildlife guide on our West Cork based Discover Wildlife tours.
Calvin is also co-author of bestselling digital marketing titles and offers digital business consulting services and training through Digital Marketing Success

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