[This list continues from that published in 1956 (antes, vol. xlix, pp. 438-452). Among records of special interest included in it are a number relating to wildfowl, which help to show the lelation of breeding areas to winter quarters. Camargue-ringed Mallard and Teal have begun to be noted here, previous recoveries having mostly been on a line running from S.W. to N.E. through the Camargue. It is...

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