Devon Birds Magazines and Journals

Devon Birds Magazines and Journals

Devon Birds Journal August 2015

Devon Birds Journal August 2015

5 articles - 2 Short notes - Obituary - David Martin Norman - 3 book reviews

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Devon Birds Journal April 2015

Devon Birds Journal April 2015

Five articles   - Short note -  Two book reviews

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Devon Birds Journal April 2014

Devon Birds Journal April 2014

Four articles, 5 Notes and two book reviews

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Devon Birds Journal August 2013

Devon Birds Journal August 2013

Contains "Tracking the migration and foraging dynamics of Lundy's Shearwaters"

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Devon Birds Journal April 2013

Devon Birds Journal April 2013

Contains: "The breeding Stonechats of coastal habitats in South Devon"

by Mark Lawrence, Mark Penney and Deve Scott

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Devon Birds Journal August 2012

Devon Birds Journal August 2012

Contains ‘The Southwest Pied Flycatcher Monitoring Network’ by Malcolm Burgess & Carl Barimore.

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Devon Birds Journal April 2012

Devon Birds Journal April 2012

Contains ‘First arrival dates of spring migrants at breeding sites in Devon’ by Peter J Dare.

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Devon Birds Journal August 2011

Devon Birds Journal August 2011

Contains ‘Additional Slapton Ley NNR Swallow data, 2002–2010’ by Dennis Elphick.

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Devon Birds Journal April 2011

Devon Birds Journal April 2011

Contains ‘More movements of Slapton Ley NNR wagtails – an update’ by Dennis Elphick.

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Devon Birds Journal August 2010

Devon Birds Journal August 2010

Contains 'Gadfly encounters off British and Irish Headlands - personal views of one of the most enigmatic seabirds', by Mark Darlaston.

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Devon Birds Journal April 2010

Devon Birds Journal April 2010

Contains 'Another change in the order of species - but why?' by Mike Lock & Peter Reay.

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Devon Birds Journal August 2009

Devon Birds Journal August 2009

Contains 'Berry Head - SeaWatch SW in 2008' by Mark Darlaston.

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Devon Birds Journal April 2009

Devon Birds Journal April 2009

Contains 'Trends in spring arrival dates of summer migrants to Devon', by Peter Dare.

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Devon Birds Journal August 2008

Devon Birds Journal August 2008

Contains 'Ups and downs on the Exe Estuary - Wigeon and Brent Goose' by David Price.

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Devon Birds Journal April 2008

Devon Birds Journal April 2008

Contains 'The story of Pied Flycatchers breeding in Devon', by Peter Goodfellow.

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Devon Birds Journal August 2007

Devon Birds Journal August 2007

Contains 'Mansands Ley: a new wetland site', by Mike Ingram.

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Devon Birds Journal April 2007

Devon Birds Journal April 2007

This is the first issue of a Devon Birds Journal which succeeds the long running Devon Birds Magazine.

It comes in a slightly larger format.

Contains 'Siskins at Stover Country Park 2005/2006' by Jon Avon.

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Devon Birds Magazine 2003 to 2006 inclusive

Devon Birds Magazine 2003 to 2006 inclusive

This series was the last of the Devon Birds Magazines to be published.

The Devon Birds Journals succeeded them from April 2007.

They were the first issues to be edited by the Society's new Publishing Group and to include colour photographs within the body of the magazine.

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Devon Birds Magazine 1974 to 2002 inclusive

Devon Birds Magazine 1974 to 2002 inclusive

These were the first issues to contain colour, albeit only as the background to the front cover.

The contents remained wholly in black and white, yet contained a broad diversity of interesting articles, photographs, line drawings, maps, book reviews and Notes and News.

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Devon Birds Magazine 1958 to 1973 inclusive

Devon Birds Magazine 1958 to 1973 inclusive

These issues serve as being of historical importance although only 40 to 55 years old.

Not only do they cover details of bird life in Devon but also provide interesting insights into the evolution of the Society, those years ago.

It's very interesting to see what's changed but also those things that haven't changed.

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