IN the autumn of 1945 I have noticed Jackdaws (Corvus monedula spermologus) frequenting two holes in different beeches close together, at Westerham, Kent, but have been unable to prove definitely that they were breeding. A Jackdaw was seen to leave one hole on eight occasions between September 6th and 26th, and on October 9th I saw two Jackdaws go into the same hole, one soon after the other. On ...

Stay at the forefront of British birding by taking out a subscription to British Birds.

Subscribe Now