July 1933 – vol. 27, issue 2–45 R E P O R T S from the Point of Ayre and Chickens Rock Lights show that on March io,th-2ist, 1931, considerable migration took place, and at night great numbers of Curlews were heard passing over Douglas and Castletown. From November 6th to 17th another movement took place, sixty-one birds being killed at the Point of Ayre during t h a t period. The species represented were the usual ones. In 1932... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.