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England marks the northwestern limit for many Palearctic breeding birds, and is close to the southwestern limit for several others -- in particular, several seabird species whose English colonies are of international significance. It is the first point of arrival for new colonists from the south -- little Egret and Yellow-legged Gull are two recent arrivals -- and it is also of international importance for wintering and passage populations of various species which breed in the far north of the Palearctic. A diverse and fascinating avifauna is augmented by visits from an impressive rage of rarities from as far afield as Siberia and Canada -- Nearctic vagrants in particular are well-represented on the English list.
This important new avifauna looks in detail at England and its birds, analysing present and historical data to present a complete picture of the status, range and abundance of every bird on the English list.