the fledging of a brood of five young Ravens (Corvus corax) on Skokholm, Pembrokeshire. T h e island supports only one breeding pair and that year they had nested on the north-facing Guillemots' or Ravens' cliff, choosing a ledge only some 15 to 20 feet from the top of an overhanging cliff itself some 100 feet high, and the nest was sited so as to be inaccessible to man except by swinging on a rope....

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