British Sea Birds

Charles DIXON (1858 - 1926)

Charles Dixon describes briefly each of the British sea-going birds, their appearance, habits and distribution, in an easy to understand manner, generally separated into their family groups. - Summary by clarinetcarrot

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Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Chapter I: Gulls and Terns - part 1 clarinetcarrot
00:33:57
Play 02 Chapter I: Gulls and Terns - part 2 clarinetcarrot
00:30:17
Play 03 Chapter II: Plovers and Sandpipers - part 1 clarinetcarrot
00:43:31
Play 04 Chapter II: Plovers and Sandpipers - part 2 clarinetcarrot
00:38:12
Play 05 Chapter III: Guillemots, Razorbill, and Puffin clarinetcarrot
00:34:16
Play 06 Chapter IV: Divers, Grebes, and Cormorants clarinetcarrot
00:43:04
Play 07 Chapter V: Ducks, Geese, and Swans - part 1 clarinetcarrot
00:34:46
Play 08 Chapter V: Ducks, Geese, and Swans - part 2 clarinetcarrot
00:39:18
Play 09 Chapter VI: Petrels clarinetcarrot
00:21:08
Play 10 Chapter VII: Littoral Land Birds clarinetcarrot
00:23:56
Play 11 Chapter VIII: Migration on the Coast clarinetcarrot
00:20:19