June 1936 – vol. 30, issue 8–26 time to time I have contributed articles to British Birds dealing chiefly with the home life of the Sparrow-Hawk* (Accipiter n. riisus). Since 1924 I have not done any photography, but otherwise I have kept notes of my observations. These have done little more than to corroborate what has already been published, but the following notes may be of interest.Mr. H. S. Davenport told me that he had wa... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.