Notes

01 May 1932
Comments Notes IN the Practical Handbook of British Birds, Vol. I., p. 501, it is stated that " t h e British Dipper (Cinclus c, gularis) is very scarce in . . . Durham". This statement is certainly misleading, as the Dipper is plentifully distributed on the banks of a...
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Notes

01 March 1932
Comments Notes SOME time ago there was discussion in British Birds on the habit of the male Hedge-Sparrow pecking at the cloaca of the female during courtship display. I have not seen reference to this habit with the House-Sparrow (Passer d. domesticus) and the followi...
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Notes

01 November 1931
Comments Notes reference to this enquiry, a good many observers have not yet sent in their schedules and are now urged to do so in order that the great labour of collating the information may be commenced without delay. All schedules and communications with reference t...
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Notes

01 October 1931
Comments Notes --Ringers are reminded that all schedules with lists of birds they have ringed during the season should now be sent in. As it is a great convenience in collating totals for the lists of birds ringed to be uniform in size and order, special forms have been...
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Notes

01 April 1929
Comments Notes IN previous notes in British Birds on egg-daubing by the Jackdaw {Colceus m. spermologus) I can find no record of first and second layings of the same bird in the same season having been found bedaubed: so the following instance may be of interest. The f...
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