Notes

01 May 1932
Comments Notes IN the Practical Handbook of British Birds, Vol. I., p. 501, it is stated that " t h e British Dipper (Cinclus c, gularis) is very scarce in . . . Durham". This statement is certainly misleading, as the Dipper is plentifully distributed on the banks of a...
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Notes

01 December 1931
Comments Notes O N comparing m y notes, made on several visits to Cornwall during t h e last five years, with Clark's list in t h e Victoria History of Cornwall, 1906, I find the following items worth recording. CIRL BUNTING (Emberiza cirlus).--One sang near Marazion i...
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Letters

01 November 1931
Comments Letters SIRS,---It so happened that, after reading the letter on this subject (antea.-p, 140), I had to consult The Gentleman's Magazine (Vol. XIX.), 1749. I t was curious therefore to come across the following (p. 204) : " The Egg of a Swan with another in it. G...
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Notes

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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Notes

01 July 1929
Comments Notes As a result of information given them by the late Mr. Good of Westport, that the Yellow Wagtail (Motacilla f. rayi) nested extensively on Mask and Carra, the late Robert Warren and Mr. Williams of Dublin proceeded in 1893 to investigate, with the results...
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Letters

01 December 1928
Comments Letters SIRS,--Will you kindly allow me space to make enquiries concerning the present whereabouts of a clutch of two eggs of the Honey-Buzzard taken in the Quantocks, Somerset, on June 25th, 1899. These eggs were sold a t Stevens's on April 25th, 1906, ex collec...
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