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['Birds in Wales' Research Papers]


'Birds in Wales' Research Papers


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Papers accumulated, and donated, by the co-authors of Birds in Wales

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Donated by Mr Roger Lovegrove, Mr Graham Williams and Mr Iolo Williams, RSPB, Wales HQ, Newtown, November 1998.; A1998/144

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Research papers accumulated by the co-authors of the volume Birds in Wales (London: Poyser, 1994) comprising files relating to individual species, correspondence files, photocopies of printed material, together with manuscript and typescript drafts and page proofs of the volume

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Further papers possible in the event of a second edition of the volume Birds in Wales

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  • English

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A hard copy of the list ''Birds in Wales' Research Papers' is available at NLW.

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Birds in Wales (London: Poyser, 1994) based on the research papers

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  • Text: 'Birds in Wales' Research Papers.