Report on bird ringing for 1951

01 August 1952
Comments Main paper Bird-Ringing Committee, British Trust for Ornithology. This is the fifteenth r e p o r t ! issued on behalf of the Committee, continuing; the earlier sequence under the title " T h e British Birds Marking S c h e m e . " It is in the form instituted last ...
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Notes

01 August 1952
Comments Notes Rogers informs us that on April i s t , 1950, he watched a Starling {Sturnus vulgaris) attacking a Chrysanthemum. Leaves were torn off, pecked into shreds and left on the ground, b u t were later carried off with other nesting material. Mr. R. G. Finnis r...
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Letters

01 August 1952
Comments Letters SIRS,--The Ibis for April 1953 will include a group of papers on Visible Migration (particularly in passerine birds) as observed in various countries. The newly-formed Sub-committee on Visible Migration of the British Trust for Ornithology (see below) fee...
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Notes

01 January 1932
Comments Notes SOME Waxwings (Bombycilla ^arrulus) have reached Norfolk during the last few weeks. On November 3rd, 1931, one was picked up alive at Kelling, under telegraph wires, by the local police constable, but it died and was unfortunately taken by a cat. Some wi...
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