The following events took place in a colony of gulls and terns at the mouth of the Beaulieu River in Hampshire. This colony has been described elsewhere (Taverner 1965) and so all that need be repeated here is an outline of its main features. The centre is an island about half a mile long and over two hundred yards across at the widest point. It is composed of alluvium and completely covered with ...

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