O N August 20th, 1953, the Rev. G. W . H . Moule saw two small shearwaters flying separately ca. S.S.E. low over the sea close in under the W e s t Cliff, Portland Bill, Dorset. Their upper-parts appeared " a rich dark b r o w n " in colour, under-parts not clearly seen; they were approximately the size of Manx Shearwaters [Puffinus p. puffinus), but quite distinct in colour. In the light of subsequ...

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