Notes

01 February 1945
Comments Notes I HAVE recently been particularly interested in the behaviour of Marsh- and Coal-Tits, which together with larger numbers of Blue and Great Tits, have visited the garden here at Llanymynech during about the first three weeks of October, 1944. The garden,...
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01 August 1943
Comments Notes As already briefly noted (antea Vol. xxxvi, p. 225) Crossbills (Loxia c. curvirostra) were reported in various districts in unusual numbers in the late summer and autumn of 1942. In response to our request, observers have sent information, details of whi...
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01 September 1939
Comments Notes PROOF of the sex of the bird choosing the nesting-site is generally so difficult to obtain that it seems worth while to record some evidence in the case of a House-Sparrow (Passer d. domesticus) in my garden in the spring of 1939. Early in March I notice...
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01 November 1933
Comments Notes A PAIR of Starlings (Sturnus v. vulgaris) hatched their young in the roof of a dwelling-house adjoining my house at Cheddar, Somerset, on September 15th, 1933. This is the second brood in the same nest. The importance of this record seems to be that duri...
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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 October 1931
Comments Notes --Ringers are reminded that all schedules with lists of birds they have ringed during the season should now be sent in. As it is a great convenience in collating totals for the lists of birds ringed to be uniform in size and order, special forms have been...
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01 July 1931
Comments Notes ON May 1st, 1931, in an open hole in a limb of a great ash tree at Bamston Lodge, Essex, I found a Jackdaw (Colceus m. spermologus) sitting on four eggs so much mud-daubed that they were very inconspicuous on the nest material. I had not time to investig...
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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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