who died on February n t h , 1941, at the age of eighty, will be best remembered by ornithologists for the persistent and diligent watch he kept for rare migrants at North Cotes in Lincolnshire. His success in this quest was due to his very thorough and regular search at the period of the autumn migration of certain hedge-rows which border the sea-banks, rather than to anything specially favourab...

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