Letters

01 February 1957
Comments Letters ICELAND R E D W I N G S WINTERING SIRS,--October 1956 saw an unparalleled " i n v a s i o n " of Iceland Redwings (Turdus musicus coburni) through Fair Isle, big movements occurring on the i2th, i8th-2oth and 2zLth-25th with westerly weather. Of 333 Redwi...
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Letters

01 December 1956
Comments Letters I N T E R P R E T A T I O N O F V A R I A T I O N AMONG T H E YELLOW WAGTAILS S I R S , -- May I ask a little of your space in which to comment on some points in Dr. Mayr's summing-up (antea, pp. 115-119) of our present state of knowledge of the Yellow Wa...
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Notes

01 December 1955
Comments Notes Goshawk in Middlesex.--On the afternoon of 20th March 1955 B. P . Pickess, I. G. and K. Johnson and I were standing beside the River Colne at Harefield Moor in Middlesex, when a raptor was seen approaching at a height of 200-250 ft. from the Buckinghamshi...
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Letters

01 April 1955
Comments Letters THE ABERDEENSHIRE RECORD OF A WHITE-THROATED SPARROW 5ms,--Commenting - on the four British-taken examples of the White-throated Sparrow (Zonotrichia albicollis) in their excellent and timely paper "American land-birds in western E u r o p e " (antea, pp....
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Letters

01 June 1953
Comments Letters SIRS,--A good deal of interest, and even some feeling, seems to have been aroused by the question whether in the Channel Islands the English name "Armorican Warbler"/ instead of "Dartford Warbler", can be properly applied to the race found there, Sylvia u...
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