How to be a Bad Birdwatcher
In this revolutionary approach to ornithology self-confessed bad birdwatcher Simon Barnes gives us the confidence and motivation to get pleasure from one of the simplest, cheapest hobbies: watching birds - without letting birdwatching get in the way. Simon Barnes, the well-loved and frequently controversial columnist for the RSPB's Birds magazine, is the author of a dozen books, including three on wildlife and three novels. He is also the award-winning chief sportswriter for the Times. He lives in Suffolk with his family and has seen a Barn Owl, Kingfisher and Marsh Harrier in his garden. 198 pages.
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