LESVOS BIRDS 2009
written and compiled by Steve Dudley
The is the first annual report produced for the island and covers all species recorded in 2009 and details of many rare and scarce species records from previous years.
50 pages covering 257 species, many colour photographs.
As well as accounts of commoner species, records covered also include many notable scarce and rare species including details of the first Lesvos records of Steppe Eagle, Pectoral Sandpiper, Red Knot, Little Swift, White-throated Dipper and Bluethroat; the second Caspian Plover; the fourth Whooper Swan; the fourth and fifth Terek Sandpipers; the fifth White-tailed Eagle; the eighth Common Pochard; and tenth Egyptian Vulture. In addition, the report includes the first recorded winter records of Black Kite and Short-toed Lark.