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...

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