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Birds in Moray and Nairn

Martin Cook

Birds in Moray and Nairn

by Martin Cook

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Published by Mercat in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birds -- Scotland -- Moray.,
  • Birds -- Scotland -- Nairn.

  • About the Edition

    The Birds of Moray and Nairn provides an up-to-date account of the occurence and distribution of each of the 267 species recorded in the area, with maps, histograms, illustrations, historical information, and details of the main bird habitats.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementMartin Cook ; with illustrations by Paul Hirst and Robert Proctor ; and bird photographs by John Edelsten.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination101p. ;
    Number of Pages101
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18458906M

    The district of Moray now includes the former adjacent counties of Banff and Nairn. The major families or clans in the district included Gordons, Grants, Innes, Dunbar, Rose, Leslie, Fordyce, Brodie, Geddes, and Ogilvie. In the Mormaer [Earl] of Moray and his followers rebelled against the rule of King David I of Scotland based in Edinburgh. Click here for more information on The Provincial Grand Lodge of Moray and Nairn The above information is derived from the Year Book and therefore the details ought to be correct. However, typing mistakes can occur and Lodge details do change.

    August through to March is the most interesting period. Visit one or two hours before high tide for shorebirds although high-water in midwinter is best for ducks, Glaucous and Iceland gulls also visit in winter. The owners, Lynn and Mike are very keen birdwatchers and will be delighted to point visitors to good birding places locally. All the photos on this page were taken by Mike or Lynn. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Discovering Banff, Moray and Nairn by Eric Simpson (Paperback, ) at the best online prices at eBay!

    Moray & Nairn. Region contacts. Melvin Morrison. Regional Representative. wmmorrison [at] projects to participate in, fundraising opportunities, events and interesting facts about birds. You can unsubscribe at any time. books and other products. No. Yes. Contact me about new BTO memberships and fundraising. Stuart Farrell is the chairman of the Moray and Nairn Family History Society. He said: "The book is a transcription of the register for each pauper who was accepted to be given Poor Relief under The Poor Law Act of "The records note in detail the change in circumstances of the person named and sometimes their family’s circumstances.


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Birds in Moray and Nairn by Martin Cook Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sandwich Tern 1 Nairn 15/3. BIRDS IN MORAY & NAIRN is now published and can be found under ‘Bird Reports’ – ‘ onwards’, or on the link below. The report is only available on this website, from which it may be printed if desired.

Birds in Moray & Nairn AGE CATEGORIES OF GULLS. BIRDS IN MORAY & NAIRN is now published and can be found under ‘Bird Reports’ – ‘ onwards’, or on the link below.

The report is only available on this website, from which it may be printed if desired. Birds in Moray & Nairn Join the SOC, Scotland’s bird club. The first Moray & Nairn Bird Report covered the year Since then, a report has been published annually; since the report has appeared under the title Birds in Moray & Nairn.

The most recent report, Birds in Moray & Nairnwas published in January It can be accessed via the drop-down menu from ‘Moray & Nairn Bird Reports’. Birds of Moray and Nairn. Field / Identification Guide Out of Print. By: M Cook. pages, 24 b/w photos, 36 line illus, 27 maps.

Publisher: Mercat About this book. Guide to the birds ( species) of this Scottish region and their habitats. Customer Reviews. Review this book. Field. Buy The Birds of Moray and Nairn First Edition by Martin Cook (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). Bird recording. Submitting records; Recent records; Records archive; Rarities Committees; Accepted records; Gazetteer; Moray and Nairn list; Moray Bird Club. The Club; News and Events; Bird Reports. onwards; ; ; ; Articles.

The Birds of the Lossie Estuary; The Birds of Loch Spynie; Surveys. BTO Surveys; Moray. Coverage was almost complete and the results can be seen here: Breeding Black-headed Gulls in Moray A more complete article on the survey, setting the results in a historical context, will appear in Birds in Moray & Nairn (the area Bird Report) before the end of Breeding Birds.

Birding Moray & Nairn. Moray & Nairn is one of the 32 Local Government council areas of Scotland. It lies in the north-east of the country, with coastline on the Moray Firth, and borders with the council areas of Aberdeenshire and district stretches along the southern shore of the Moray Firth from Cullen in the east to Nairn in the west.

Birds in Findhorn Bay Findhorn Bay is by far the largest of Moray’s three is a spectacular, almost land-locked, tidal bay covering some six square kilometres. The importance of this bay for waders and wildfowl has been recognised by its designation as a Special Protection Area under the European Community Directive on the Conservation of Wild Birds and also as a Site of Special.

Moray and Nairn Bird Report: Editor: Martin Cook. Latest issue: Cost: Free to download from Birds in Moray and Nairn website. First year of publication: Back issues: Contact Martin Cook (details above). £, £, £4. For older back issues check with Martin for availability.

The Breeding Birds of North. Highland & Moray Bird NEWS. has 1, members. Latest Bird & Wildlife Sightings News for Highland and Moray. Please note this is a group to REPORT.

King Eider in Moray & Nairn Sun 31 Mar - Sun 04 Aug Find out where and when this bird was seen. Subscribers can access more detailed information. Useful Links This Birding Site currently has no useful links assigned to it. If you would like to suggest a link then please send the link in an email to [email protected] along with the website address for the page the link should be displayed on.

A member of our team will review your link for suitability and add this to the site as soon as possible. Stretching along part of the Moray and Nairn Coast Special Protection Area (SPA), remote and windswept Culbin Sands is a unique reserve where you can get away from it all.

At low tide, bar-tailed godwits, oystercatchers and knots feed along the shoreline, while. Books CDs & DVDs Clothing & Footwear Digiscoping Latest Rarities in Moray & Nairn 17/07/ Click Submit to share your rare bird sightings via our simple form. Submit Start Your Free Trial Today.

Latest Issue. On Sale: 23 July Subscribe. AN annual celebration of literature and the arts in the Highlands is set to go online due to coronavirus restrictions. The seventeenth Nairn Book and Arts Festival will run from Septemberreplacing the traditional live event over six days in the town.

Inverness-shire based crime writer G. Inverness: possible Grey-bellied Brant (a bird has been recently recorded at Nairn, with the Dark-bellied Brent Goose also) with four Barnacle Geese and around 2, Pink-footed Geese near Castle Stuart Links (Tim Stowe).

plus Scaup at Alturlie, 11 Pintail nearby at Seafield (Dave Pierce). Books CDs & DVDs Clothing & Footwear Digiscoping Latest Rarities in Moray & Nairn 06/07/ Click Submit to share your rare bird sightings via our simple form. Submit Start Your Free Trial Today.

Latest Issue. On Sale: 25 June Subscribe. Martin Cook is the author of The Loner's Yearbook ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews), The Birds of Moray and Nairn ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 re /5(7).

A Moray charity that provides school uniforms for families in need has received a timely boost as schools return. The Moray School Bank has been awarded £1, from the Moray and Nairn. In this book Bruce B Bishop traces what has been 'lost' from the old counties of Moray and Nairn, both architecturally and socially.

Packed with illustrations of places, buildings and of aspects of life which are now vanished, he demonstrates not only how the burghs of Nairn, Forres and Elgin have evolved over the centuries, but also shows how change has affected smaller towns and villages.Books CDs & DVDs Clothing & Footwear Digiscoping Latest Rarities in Moray & Nairn 17/07/ Click Submit to share your rare bird sightings via our simple form.

Submit Start Your Free Trial Today! Latest Issue. On Sale: 25 June Subscribe.population of moray and of nairn—census of occupation— climate, soil, and physiographical position—the moray floods—geology — progress of agriculture — timber—the morayshire farmers’ club and its good offices for agriculture—the housing of the rural population—rural “ploys”: the penny wedding—lyke-wakes—“rants” and “tweetles”—shinty and “the bools.