Icelandic Black-tailed Godwit ~Limosa limosa islandica in Britain and, quoting Williamson and Ruttledge (1958) in support, indicated that this form appeared t o favour the 'western and southern half of the country. This opinion was also upheld by Norrevang (1959) and by Boyd (1962) who believed that tne majority of the Black-tailed Godwits wintering in the British Isles belonged to this race. O n t...

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