Best Bird Book of the Year 2010
Best Bird Book of the Year 201011 Feb 2011
BTO and British Birds are pleased to announce that the winner of the Award for Best Bird Book of the Year 2010 is ‘Living on the Edge: wetlands and birds in a changing Sahel’, by Leo Zwarts, Rob G. Bijlsma, Jan van der Kamp and Eddy Wymenga (KNNV Publishing, 2009). See which books featured in the judges top 6 and read book reviews on the BTO webpages.
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