Monthly marathon

01 March 2004
Comments Other Photo no. 203 (plate 77) shows three falcons gathered at the entrance to what is obviously a nest-site. Most birders will immediately recognise these birds as kestrels and, with just two species breeding within the Western Palearctic, the choice lies b...
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Letters

01 January 1986
Comments Letters Nests of Sparrowhawk and Kestrel. I looked at the 'Best recent black-and-white bird-photographs' (Brit. Birds 77: 250-258) with much admiration, but feel bound to comment on the statement relating to plates 97-99-- showing Kestrel Falco tinnunculus and...
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The Fulmar 'wreck' of 1962

01 January 1975
Comments Main paper During the latter half of February 1962 numbers of dark-phase Fulmars Fulmarus glacialis were reported off various parts of Britain and many were subsequently found dead, mainly on the east coast of England. An appeal for information regarding dead Ful...
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