May 1988 – vol. 81, issue 5, pp 222–222 'The inclusion of Barrow's Goldeneye as a British species has recently been shown to be entirely unwarranted and this is mentioned by Mr. Millais in a footnote added while his work was "in the press." We must take exception, too, to the inclusion of Baer's Pochard, whose status as a British birdrestson the one example shot at Tring on November 5th, 1901. In these days when water-fowl from all parts of ... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.