Notes

01 August 1936
Comments Notes A NEST of a Carrion-Crow (Corvus c. corone) in a willow tree in Walland Marsh, Kent, had a clutch of eggs which was taken on April 12th, 1936. On May 17th, the nest contained another clutch of eggs which were exactly like the first. The nest did not appe...
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01 July 1936
Comments Notes CROSSBILLS' METHOD OF FEEDING, A NOTE in the June number of British Birds (Vol. XXX., p. 27) by B. D. Moreton, tempts me to carry the observations a little farther by publishing a few notes made as long ago as 1888 on the method of feeding of some Crossbi...
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01 April 1936
Comments Notes through the kindness of Dr. Tom Hare, Director of the Poultry and Game Research Laboratories, I received a sample of Mallophaga collected from a Blackbird (Turdus m. merula), which was picked up in Dorsetshire. A post mortem examination of the bird showe...
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01 March 1935
Comments Notes I SPENT the months August-November (inclusive), 1934, on holiday at Salcombe, south Devon. Most of my time was engaged in bird-observing, and the following notes may be of interest:-- CUCKOO (Cuculus c. canorus).--One was calling strongly on Bolt Head, e...
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01 December 1934
Comments Notes DURING the last week in May, 1934, a pair of Spotted Flycatchers (Muscicapa s. striata) built a nest in a cleft of a climbing rose tree growing against the wall of our house in Norfolk. On May 31st this nest contained four eggs, which were taken. On June...
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