DURING 1956 the first-named author was at sea for long periods as a member of the scientific staff of the Marine Section of the Meteorological Office (Air Ministry). Many observations were made on the occurrence of migratory birds in the vicinity of the stations occupied by the W e a t h e r Ships, and a full record of these has been lodged with the Editor of the Marine Observer. There were two ou...

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