September 1991 – vol. 84, issue 9, pp 397–397 'A PAIR of Hobbies (Falco s. subbuteo) nested and reared a brood of young in a wood not far from Leicester in the summer of 1915. I saw both parents as well as the young. The female was unfortunately shot in August 1915, and came into my possession in the flesh. It has been submitted to the Rev. F. C. R. Jourdain, who states that it is an immature bird, having the feathers of the mantle and wings e... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.