Notes

01 June 2007
Comments Notes Slavonian Grebe breeding with Great Crested Grebe Puffin with exceptionally heavy tick infestation Eurasian Sparrowhawk attacking Soprano Pipistrelle bat Reed Warbler apparently using willow-bark pieces in nest construction ...
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Seventy-five years ago

01 February 2006
Comments Other That the number of Great Crested Grebes (Podiceps c. cristatus) nesting in some parts of England is largely determined by the frequency of nesting sites of a certain type can, I think, be proved from the remarkable rapidity they show in coloni...
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Letter

01 June 1997
Comments Letters A pair of unstreaked Acrocephalus warblers nested in Orkney in 1993 (Adam & Meek 1994; Ogilvie et al. 1996). Based on (1) comparison of measurements with Walinder et al. (1988), (2) the birds' general coloration and (3) the comparative frequency of...
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Letters

01 February 1992
Comments Letters Status of Marsh Warbler in Norway Kelsey et al. (1989), in their interesting paper on the Marsh Warbler Acrocephalus palustris in Britain, summarised the species' northward expansion into the St Petersburg region and in Finland and Sweden, but made no ...
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Notes

01 April 1986
Comments Notes Juvenile-plumaged Great Crested Grebe in spring. From 27th April to 10th May 1984, a Great Crested Grebe Podiceps cristatus present at Llanishen and Lisvane Reservoirs, South Glamorgan, was in juvenile plumage, showing the characteristic black-and-whit...
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