November 1985 – vol. 78, issue 11, pp 528–528 'ON SOME ISLE OF WIGHT BIRDS. RAVEN (Corvus corax).--We Hampshire naturalists were no little grieved last year to hear that the last pair of Freshwater Ravens were first robbed of their five eggs and then shot. The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, aided by Lord Tennyson and their excellent watcher, Alfred Isaacs, did all that they could to bring the offenders to justice, but in vain. Howe... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.