Having at last entered the 21st century by being given a Kindle Fire for Christmas, I realise that, in their original form, my notes were not very 'e-book' friendly since the font size and maps are rather too small for use with tablets. Accordingly, I've resized the text from size '10' to '14' which, although still fairly small, makes it far easier to read. Most maps have also been resized too to help clarity. I experimented with an even larger text size but the length of the book started to become unmanageable so I settled for a size 14 font asa compromise. Even so the number pages has risen from 138 to 222 which will increase costs if you intend to print off the information. Should this be a problem, I am happy to supply a version with the original smaller font size. I have also taken the opportunity to update a few minor details (but nothing significant). For a copy use the contacts page here to get in touch with me giving me your email address or do so directly via firstname.lastname@example.org.
About me ...
Hi I'm John Cantelo. I've been birding seriously since the 1960s when I met up with some like minded folks at Secondary School. I have lived in Kent , where I taught History and Sociology, since the late 1970s. In that time I've served on the committees of both my local RSPB group and the county ornithological society (KOS). I have also worked as a part-time field teacher for the RSPB at Dungeness. Having retired now spend as much time as in Alcala de los Gazules in SW Spain. When I'm not birding I edit books for the Crossbill Guides series.