August 1960 – vol. 53, issue 8–352 etc.), the view is now widely accepted that the appearances of Continental night-migrants on the British east coast in autumn are much too infrequent and irregular to be explained in terms of a regular passage there, and instead they are attributed to "drift-migration" with easterly winds. In connection with my radar studies of migration in the North Sea off Norfolk in September, to be published lat... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.