Notes

01 January 1941
Comments Notes ON November 2nd, 1940, in a field with small trees at the edge of a wood near Potter's Bar, I was fortunate enough to have an opportunity of watching a bird, which was evidently a Lesser Grey Shrike (Lanius minor). The bird flew to the top of a bare hawt...
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Letters

01 January 1935
Comments Letters SIRS,--1 read with interest Mr. Rickman's note regarding the nesting oi the Pintail in Dumbartonshire (antea, p, 206). For many years I have kept and bred Pintail at Tullichewan, which is only about two or three miles from the spot where Mr. Rickman found...
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Notes

01 May 1929
Comments Notes IN April, 1926, close to my house in Mawgan-in-Pydar, north Cornwall, I found the nest of a Long-tailed Tit (Mgithalos c. rosea) in a low thorn bush, in process of construction. When incubation was commenced, I noticed the tip of the bird's tail projecti...
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Letters

01 January 1929
Comments Letters SIRS,--May I be spared a little space to invite the attention of your readers to the Annual Report of the Oxford Ornithological Society on the Birds of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. This Report, the last issue of which you were good enough t...
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Notes

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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