Stanisław Łubieński first began observing birds in childhood through Soviet binoculars. Later, he took his hobby to a more serious level with trips to Hungary, Scandinavia and the Danube Delta. A regular contributor to newspapers and magazines, he is the co-author of a series of films about the life of migrants in Warsaw. The Birds They Sang won the readers’ vote for the Nike Literary award, Poland’s most prestigious literary prize.
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