Killdeer in Cornwall.--On 26th December 1957, a bird was accidently shot during a snipe shoot in a small marsh on the edge of Trembleath W o o d , St. Columb Major, near Newquay, Cornwall. It was sent to the British Museum (Natural History) where it was found to be a Killdeer of the North American race (Charadrius vociferus vociferus). It was an adult female, the ovary measuring 7 mm. long x 4 m m...

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