Browne, S, Rehfisch, M, Fellows, B, Folvik, E, Cobley, N, Parr, J, Heselden, R. G, Roberts, F. J, Folvik, A, Berrow, S, Dennis, M, Radford, A. P & Lawn, M. R / July 1996 – vol. 89, issue 7, pp 315–320 At about 16.00 GMT on 16th February 1992, near West Bagborough, Taunton, Somerset, I saw a Song Thrush Turdus philomelos digging with its bill into a hedge-bank in a field; the thrush pulled out several root fragments of Lords-and-Ladies Arum maculatum, swallowed these, and flew off. The behaviour lasted about two minutes. At about 16.30 GMT on 25th February, in the same field, I saw a male Common... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.