this is the second annual report to be issued on behalf of the Bird-Ringing Committee of the British Trust for Ornithology, 1938 was, in fact, the first complete year of working under the present arrangements. It is gratifying that it has been a record year as regards the number of birds ringed, and one which has also yielded many very interesting recoveries of marked birds. The steady progress wh...

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