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Tales Told by an Idiot By Andy Gibb
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Short stories and sketches of Bristol, Edinburgh and... er, San Francisco. Andy Gibb is not the Andy Gibb but his website would beg to differ and he did have the name first so he's sticking to it.... More > Back in the Bristol area since 2009, writing since 2004 and a birder since 1995, Andy first came to the city as a student in 1974. Yup, he's ancient as Hell and has been around a bit – Italy, Arizona, California, Australia and New Zealand. And what's it taught him? Not a lot but he has seen 1,089 bird species.< Less
The British Birding Year By Andy Gibb
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A diary of written sketches celebrating the avian and natural spectacle of Britain. The birdwatcher travels the length of the country to record birds coming and going as the seasons change.... More > Occasional rarities also make an appearance. The weather changes too: from the heavy snow of 2010 to the damaging floods of 2013/14, a wet and stormy trend contrasts with earlier, quieter years. Plus a checklist ordered by Britain's most common birds and our migrants' early/late dates.< Less
Let the Time Come By Andy Gibb
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When Greg lands Jane as a new flatmate at the start of a bird flu epidemic, time could be short for them. Time certainly becomes scarcer for Greg's GP pal, Hugo. From Bristol to Scotland, through... More > Europe and even to Australia, pandemics cause a human dieback. Then the virus mutates to deliver a further blow. Greg, Jane and Hugo must redefine the meaning of their lives. Or have it defined for them.< Less
The Honeyeaters' Tree By Andy Gibb
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Suddenly homeless and beyond mid-life, a British birdwatcher takes off for the Antipodes. He's looking for the 73 species of honeyeater. In the process he uncovers the tree of life and the landscapes... More > of Australia and New Zealand. He learns how the tree of life connects all the planet's species and how one of them threatens it like rarely before. The author flies via Singapore to a week around Perth. As 2008 turns into 2009, he drives two months in a campervan from Adelaide to Cairns, Queensland. The route skirts floods and cyclones. A fortnight in Tasmania and Victoria, with its fatal fires, concludes the Australian leg. New Zealand then offers a coda with its own branch of the family. Railways, cities and culture shock play cameo roles throughout. Not just about birds, the trip is a last chance to witness other survivors from the Triassic as they struggle against the latest mass extinction.< Less