Cormorants roosting on spire In the late summer and autumn of 1973

Cormorants Phalacrocorax carbo regularly roosted on Chichester Cathedral, West Sussex. When this habit was first noted in mid-August only two birds were involved, but numbers gradually increased to a maximum of eight in October and then declined slowly, the last birds being seen at the end of November. The birds arrived one hour


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