Notes

01 July 2008
Comments Notes All Notes submitted to British Birds are subject to independent review, either by the Notes Panel or by the BB Editorial Board.Those considered appropriate for BB will be published either here or on our website (www.britishbirds.co.uk) subject to the a...
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Conservation research news

01 February 2004
Comments News and comment The conflict between raptor conservation and the maintenance of high densities of grouse for shooting interests has often led to the suggestion that illegal use of poisoned baits to control predators is more likely to occur on grouse moors than in othe...
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Letters

01 December 2001
Comments Letters When watching House Martins Delichon urbica in 1967, I wrote in my notebook: `Is the mud for the structure of their nests carried on, rather than in, their beaks?'. My impression then was that the birds carried up the mud on the beak, and pressed it in...
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Letters

01 July 1977
Comments Letters Half a pair of Black-browed Albatrosses In the course of their discussion of proof of breeding (Brit. Birds 69: 277, 457), Bruce Campbell and E. J. M. Buxton omitted to comment on one important consideration: the conservation status of potentia...
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Letters

01 December 1975
Comments Letters The origin of British Aquatic Warblers In his letter (Brit. Birds, 67: 443-444), Dr J. T. R. Sharrock made the hypothesis that the autumn records of Acrocephalus paludicola in Britain and Ireland are probably to be explained by a reverse migrat...
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