Ortolan Bunting in Middlesex. -- On the morning of 2nd September 1956, I was Walking along the northern bank of the River Brent where it flows into the Brent Reservoir, Middlesex, noting the many migrants which had arrived in the comparative calm after a period of strong N . E . w i n d s ; these included W h i t e throats (Sylvia communis), Willow Warbiers (Phylloscopus trochilus) and Reed Warbie...

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