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Ralph Harrington is a historian who has long been interested in birds. His own contribution to British bird-watching took place during a field trip on the Isle of Purbeck in 1977 when, over-stimulated by the sight of a Dartford Warbler, he wandered off into the Dorset countryside, became lost, and had to be rescued by the police.

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