F O R the last two years I have been watching specially the three British Woodpeckers near King's Lynn, Norfolk, and the following notes are the result of m y observations of the Great Spotted Woodpecker (Dryabates m. anglicus). At the end of the breeding-season the sexes appear to separate and do not come together again until the following spring. At 7.15 a.m. on March 14th, 1933, a male Great Spo...

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