Dominic Couzens

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Dominic Couzens
Occupation Author and journalist

Dominic Couzens is a British birder, author and journalist specialising in avian and natural history subjects.[1]

He contributes regularly to Bird Watching and BBC Wildlife magazines; and is also a professional field trip guide. His books The Secret Lives of Garden Birds, The Secret Lives of British Birds, and The Secret Lives of Garden Wildlife all received praise, with the former selected by The Guardian as one of the best wildlife books of 2004,[2] an accolade also received by the Secret Lives of British Birds,[3] and the latter picked as one of best new nature books of Spring 2008 by The Times.[4]

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  1. ^ Pearson, Louisa (2005) "Birds of a Feather", The Scotsman, 10 September 2005, retrieved 2010-12-04
  2. ^ Moss, Stephen (2004) "Doing what comes naturalistically: Stephen Moss on the best wildlife books of 2004", The Guardian, 4 December 2004, retrieved 2010-12-04
  3. ^ Moss, Stephen (2006) "The call of the wild: Stephen Moss goes foraging for the best of the year's nature books", The Guardian, 25 November 2006, retrieved 2010-12-04
  4. ^ May, Derwent (2008) "The best new nature books for Spring", The Times, 22 May 2008, retrieved 2010-12-04