Notes

01 March 1946
Comments Notes O N March ijth, 1945, I was in a convoy moving slowly south through the'Irish Sea. The day was brilliantly fine, the sea quite calm. In the morning the Welsh Hills were visible, but otherwise we saw neither coast. There was no fog, however. There was a v...
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Reviews

01 February 1945
Comments Reviews The Breeding Distribution, History and Population of the North Atlantic Gannet (Sola bassana). By James Fisher and H. G. Vevcrs. Part I.--A History of the G a n n e t s Colonies, and t h e Census in 1939. Journal of Animal Ecology, Vol. xii, pp. 173-213, ...
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Notes

01 October 1944
Comments Notes ON April 24th, 1942, near Bow, mid-Devon, Sgt. H. Huggins, R.A.F., found the nest of a Carrion-Crow (Corvus c. coro-ne) containing two young birds just hatched, three eggs just chipping and three which were found to be hard set, evidently about a week fr...
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Notes

01 November 1942
Comments Notes SOMETIME ago my attention was attracted by the curious behaviour of a pair of Carrion-Crows (Corvus c. corone). They were on a house in one of the new housing estates near London, and were engaged in Walking or half-running up and down the sloping roof w...
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Notes

01 May 1942
Comments Notes walking along a ditch on an East Kent marsh, on April 5th, 1942, we came upon a Water-Pipit (Anthus s. spinoletta) and were able to get a view of the bird at about 10 yards range. We noticed the pale, almost unstreaked under-parts, and the greyish upper-...
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Notes

01 September 1941
Comments Notes A NEST of this bird (Muscicapa s. striata) was begun on May 27th, 1941 on the top of a nesting-box in an alcove of my house in Bucks, but was later abandoned, owing probably to the nesting material slipping off the smooth lid. The Flycatchers then turned...
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