February 1966 – vol. 59, issue 2–66 (Plates 9-16) L I K E MANY OTHER naturalists, Hugh Wagstaff first became interested in birds through collecting eggs as a boy. In June 1908 he and two friends arranged to visit Anglesey during the nesting season and almost at the last moment another friend lent him a Sanderson half-plate camera. In Anglesey he made the acquaintance of a local chemist who sold photographic equipment and under his i... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.