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01 September 1933
Comments Notes RAYMOND PHILIPSON'S paper on Rooks and their roosts in South Northumberland (antea, p. 66) prompts me to forward some notes I made in the same area nearly thirty years ago. From 1904 to 1906 I lived on the west side of Newcastle. Rooks were notable birds...
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01 November 1931
Comments Notes reference to this enquiry, a good many observers have not yet sent in their schedules and are now urged to do so in order that the great labour of collating the information may be commenced without delay. All schedules and communications with reference t...
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01 June 1931
Comments Notes ON May 14th, 1931, a Hawfinch {Coccothraustes c. coccoihraustes), apparently a male, flew across in front of my car on the Perth-Blairgowrie road, about if miles from Perth. As far as I am aware this is the first record in the county for about five years...
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01 August 1929
Comments Notes ON May 21st, 1929, from 11.30 a.m. to 6 p.m., I observed at close quarters a pair of Choughs (Pyrrhocorax pyrrhocorax) at nest on the north Cornish coast. Both parents were feeding nestlings, which were about eight days old. The weather was calm and soft...
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01 April 1929
Comments Notes IN previous notes in British Birds on egg-daubing by the Jackdaw {Colceus m. spermologus) I can find no record of first and second layings of the same bird in the same season having been found bedaubed: so the following instance may be of interest. The f...
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01 January 1929
Comments Notes ON May 4th, 1928, I watched a Goldfinch (Carduelis c. britannica) snapping off the stalks, about two inches from the head, of some " Forget-me-nots " (Myosotis) in our garden in west Sussex. The bird, which was accompanied by a second bird, soon flew off...
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