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Old 23-02-11, 11:48 AM
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I've just seen the 2 volume SOC 'Birds of Scotland' in Waterstone's. Absolutely beauitiful book. I see it's 75 on amazon. I would never buy it for myself, but I can always covet.

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Old 23-02-11, 02:33 PM
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It is a crackin Book, right up to date of records and images of birds reported and recorded in Scotland. And also very proud to asked for photos for it.
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It sounds a great book Andrew! Start saving.

I would also be proud Mike! Well done!
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Yes well done Mike nice one
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Old 23-02-11, 09:26 PM
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It is a crackin Book, right up to date of records and images of birds reported and recorded in Scotland. And also very proud to asked for photos for it.
I'm impressed!

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