Letters

01 December 1964
Comments Letters SIRS,--While not seeking to prolong this correspondence unduly, for there is more than a grain of truth on either side, I feel that some reply is called for to Mr. Reginald Wagstaffe's letter (antea, pp. 319-320). May I point out at once that I do not dis...
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Notes

01 September 1958
Comments Notes Little Shearwater in Cheshire.--On ioth May 1958 a living bird was picked up by school-children in a field near Stockport, Cheshire, and eventually came into the hands of one of us (C.G.B.) from Inspector Brooks of the R . S . P . C . A . The bird was not...
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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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Notes

01 July 1957
Comments Notes 1956, a female Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos) wearing a British Museum ring (941642) was recaptured in the decoy a t Slimbridge, Gloucestershire. She was accompanied by four ducklings, estimated to be four or five days old. This female was marked at Slimbri...
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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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Reviews

01 January 1956
Comments Reviews By D . A. BANNERMAN and G. E. LODGE. (Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh, 1955). V O L . I V . 259 p a g e s ; 29 plates. 45s. T H E present volume is a worthy successor to the preceding ones, but again whets the appetite for those which are to come. It covers t...
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Reviews

01 December 1954
Comments Reviews The Birds of the British Isles. By D. A. Bannerman and G. E. Lodge. (Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh, 1954). Vol. 3. 45s. THIS third volume completes the Passerines, covering the warblers, thrushes, chats, nightingales, Robin etc., wrens and swallows in the same...
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