November 1956 – vol. 49, issue 11–431 T H E Kintyre peninsula forms a tongue of land in western Argyll, Scotland, seldom more than ten miles across and extending for some fifty miles southward from Lochgilphead and the Crinan canal. Fig. i shows that its geographical relations are particularly interesting from the standpoint of migration. To the north the peninsula is in contact with the Scottish highlands and forms a " funnel " into wh... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.