SEVERAL notes received by the Editors of British Birds in the winter of 1954-55 confirmed the impression of some individual observers that the departure of migratory birds, both summervisitors and passage-migrants, had been unusually delayed in the autumn of 1954. Appeals for information on this subject in British Birds, The Field and Country Life brought only a moderate response, but a number of ...

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