Recent reports

01 November 1975
Comments News and comment These are largely unchecked reports, not authenticated records. July, particularly the beginning and end, was generally dry and warm everywhere with southerly airstreams, and occasional thunderstorms to punctuate the weather. As stated previous...
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Letters

01 November 1975
Comments Letters Who took the birds out o f British ornithology?  I suspect that Colin Bibby's plea for a return to the enjoyment of birds (Brit. Birds, 6 8 : 100-102) is a reflection on current ornithological literature rather than on the attitudes of orn...
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Reviews

01 November 1975
Comments Reviews The Life of Birds. By J. Dorst; translated by I. C. J. Galbraith. Weidenfield & Nicolson, London, 1974. 2 volumes; 717 pages; 32 black-and-white photographs; numerous line drawings, graphs, etc. £15.00. With the exception of the colour pla...
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Notes

01 November 1975
Comments Notes Greenshank taking fish During the late afternoon of 14th July 1974 we were watching several species of waders feeding at North Point gravel pit near Rye, East Sussex. Among the group was a Greenshank Tringa nebularia and, using a telescope, we ...
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Letters

01 April 1945
Comments Letters SIRS,'--With reference t o Mr. Howard Bentham's record of a pair of SongThrushes (Turdus e. ericetorum) rearing two broods in t h e same nest (antea, p. 157), it may be of interest t o report t h a t , in 1944, in my garden in Mawganin-Pydar, I obtained m...
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