IN 1947 Little Ringed Plovers (Charadrius dubius curonicus) bred in the London Area for the fourth year in succession, and there was a remarkable increase in numbers. Eight nests were found and four other broods seen. Because of the possibility that at least two pairs changed their sites after disturbance the exact number present is unknown, but there were certainly eleven and possibly fourteen pa...

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