T H E north-west of Britain has been almost completely neglected by students of bird-migration, and considering the pioneering efforts of R. M. Barrington's (1900) research into records from Irish lighthouses and Eagle Clarke's (1912) work in the Scottish Isles it is remarkable that until Williamson (1953) very few records have been published. After studying the discussion by Williamson of migration...

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