Lindo, David (Author), Jamie Oliver (Foreword By), Steph Thorpe (Illustrator)

Urban birding is fast becoming ornithology’s new rock ‘n’ roll. Birds and birding have never been cooler – and urban birding is at the cutting edge.

How to Be an Urban Birder is the world’s first guide to the art of urban birding – which is easy and great fun. Here, urban birding pioneer David Lindo tells you everything you need to know about birds and birding in towns and cities in the UK.

– Includes a brief history of urban birding in the UK
– Covers the best places to look for birds in towns and cities
– Helps you get to know your urban birds
– Gives useful tips on how to attract birds to your garden
– Explains what gear you need and how to go about being an urban birder
– Features hundreds of cool images and illustrations of birds in urban settings

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Princeton University Press, September 2018.  232 pages, paperback, 230 colour photos, 20 colour and  47 black and white illustrations