Notes

01 February 1958
Comments Notes Leach's Petrels in Shetland.--On 6th August 1957, Leach's Petrels (Oceanodroma leucorrhoa) were located over the boulderstrewn slopes of The Noup, Foula, Shetland. One was caught and at the same time two others could be heard calling- in flight. One was a...
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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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01 September 1942
Comments Notes ON May 30th, 1942, Assistant Light-keeper W. P. Roche sent me a Greenland Redpoll (Carduelis f. rostrata), which he had picked up a few days before on the rocks near the lighthouse on Eagle Island, off Co. Mayo. The specimen which was in a dried up condit...
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01 November 1937
Comments Notes W E have received the following notes additional to those already published on this subject (cf. antea, p. 149). KENT.--A bird which from the description appeared to be an immature female was seen by Mr. J. R. Tart at Dungeness early in June. SUSSEX.--A ...
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01 January 1929
Comments Notes ON May 4th, 1928, I watched a Goldfinch (Carduelis c. britannica) snapping off the stalks, about two inches from the head, of some " Forget-me-nots " (Myosotis) in our garden in west Sussex. The bird, which was accompanied by a second bird, soon flew off...
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