I N G E N E R A L W E TRY to publish photographs for their biological interest or because they illustrate points of identification, rather than for their aesthetic value. This aim is always borne in mind in the selection and presentation of the photographs in out series "Studies of less familiar birds", but we are more than prepared to interrupt this series with sets of photographs of species that n...

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