of Little Ringed Plover (Charadrius dubius), each containing a clutch of four e g g s , were found at a gravel-pit in the Trent Valley in 1956; the first nest was discovered by A. Teather on 24th June, the second was confirmed by W . Priestley on 2nd July. The first clutch disappeared when near h a t c h i n g ; the second produced four chicks of which only one survived the very wet weather. Obser...

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