from the Point of Ayre Light for 1933, and the Chickens for 1933 and 1934, do not show a very large amount of migration. In mid-April and May, and again in the autumn of 1933, there were many Wheatears at the Chickens. On October 19th and 22nd, and again on November 19th, 20th and 21st, a good many birds, mostly species of Thrush, visited the lights. In 1934 the movements at the Chickens appeared ...

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