vol. xliv, p . 202) of a record of Rooks (Corvus frugilegus) apparently hiding pine cones has brought in several further notes on this subject. Lord David Stuart, on several occasions in October, 1943, saw Rooks burying pine cones in a grass field at Novar, Ross-shire. Mr. K. Mackay reports that " R o o k s come each year on one or at most two days in early October and wrench the young cones off a ...

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