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Delightful sketches of British wild birds – a bird for every month of the year from the pheasant in January to the robin in December. This collection of articles, reprinted in book form from the periodical The Outlook, is full of fascinating information about bird behaviour and habitat, as well as many interesting anecdotes. Out of date in some respects, particularly in it Delightful sketches of British wild birds – a bird for every month of the year from the pheasant in January to the robin in December. This collection of articles, reprinted in book form from the periodical The Outlook, is full of fascinating information about bird behaviour and habitat, as well as many interesting anecdotes. Out of date in some respects, particularly in its reference to the (now illegal) collecting of birds’ eggs, this book brings home forcefully how the populations of some British wild birds have declined since it was written.(Summary by Ruth Golding)


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Delightful sketches of British wild birds – a bird for every month of the year from the pheasant in January to the robin in December. This collection of articles, reprinted in book form from the periodical The Outlook, is full of fascinating information about bird behaviour and habitat, as well as many interesting anecdotes. Out of date in some respects, particularly in it Delightful sketches of British wild birds – a bird for every month of the year from the pheasant in January to the robin in December. This collection of articles, reprinted in book form from the periodical The Outlook, is full of fascinating information about bird behaviour and habitat, as well as many interesting anecdotes. Out of date in some respects, particularly in its reference to the (now illegal) collecting of birds’ eggs, this book brings home forcefully how the populations of some British wild birds have declined since it was written.(Summary by Ruth Golding)

9 review for Birds In The Calendar (Librivox Audiobook)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Janelle

    I quite enjoyed this short book and appreciated the fact that the author mentioned birds from other countries. There were references to the sport of bird hunting and shooting, particularly in the early part of the book. But I guess that's a reflection of the time and place it was written. I'd never considered the fact that game birds were bred (and probably still are) for the purpose of sport. I listened to this in the wee hours of the morning, and thanks to a wonderful Librivox narrator fell as I quite enjoyed this short book and appreciated the fact that the author mentioned birds from other countries. There were references to the sport of bird hunting and shooting, particularly in the early part of the book. But I guess that's a reflection of the time and place it was written. I'd never considered the fact that game birds were bred (and probably still are) for the purpose of sport. I listened to this in the wee hours of the morning, and thanks to a wonderful Librivox narrator fell asleep rather quickly. So I probably didn't learn as much from it as I would if I had listened to it during waking hours.

  2. 4 out of 5

    London Ridenour

  3. 5 out of 5

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  6. 5 out of 5

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    Courtney Umlauf

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marie

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