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From Bill Oddie's Birds of Britain and Ireland: "Dave Daley(sic), Clive Byers and Stephen Message are all masters of their craft" 
From "Birds" magazine, 2000 "Illustrations by David Daly, Stephen Message and Clive Byers are top-class."
"The wings of desire", 28 July 2001, review of Cocker's book at The Guardian "Today, Clive Byers is one of Britain's leading bird artists."
BirdLife conservation series, "(...) Hilary Burn, Peter Hayman, Chris Rose and Clive Byers for allowing us to reproduce their paintings which were specially commissioned lor members of the Rare (...)"
in a Princeton University Press book, Birds of Europe, Russia, China, and Japan, 2007 " (...)Clive Byers, award-winning bird illustrator(...)"
Only 6 pages, but in pages 5-6 I found coverage in five different foreign ornithological magazines: Nos oiseaux, Vår fuglefauna, Der Ornithologische Beobachter, Die Vogelwelt and two issues of Ornis fennica. --Enric Naval (talk) 15:35, 22 March 2010 (UTC)