survey of the birds of Alfreton Park 1971 a contribution to European Conservation Year

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  • Ornithology -- Derbyshire, England.,
  • Birds -- Derbyshire, England.

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Statementby the ornithology class 1969-70 of the Alfreton Branch W.E.A..
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