ON September 5th, 1936, a Bunting was seen by several observers running about rapidly among heather clumps on Skokholm Island, Pembrokeshire. Although a sketch was made of the bird, which was very tame, no definite identification was arrived at. It was still on the island on the n t h , and what was considered to be the same bird was finally secured on that date. It proved to be a Lapland Bunting...

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