Notes

01 November 1944
Comments Notes ALTHOUGH Carrion-Crows (Corvus c. cowrie) and Rooks (Corvus f, frugilegws) have been recorded occasionally as nesting on electric pylons, it may be of interest to record that as a result of observations by Mr. A. E. Billett at Weston-super-Mare, Somerset...
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01 April 1943
Comments Notes MARTINSON of Foresters Lodge, Wolsingham, in the Wear valley, rcports that from January ioth to 28th, 1943, he had under Observation five Two-barred Crossbills (Loxia l. bifasciala). Flocks of the Common Crossbill (Loxia c. curvirostra) have been present...
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01 August 1940
Comments Notes ON June 4th, 1940, on a common in Cheshire I found a nest of a Tree-Pipit (Anthus t. trivialis) with recently hatched young. The parent bird sat very close after going down with food, whilst I was searching for the nest; when it left the nest it fluttere...
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01 July 1940
Comments Notes AT a rookery in Surrey, on March 30th, 1940, at 12.5 p.m., Rooks (Corvus f. frugilegus) were seen to change over at the nest. One bird--obviously a male--flew in and standing on the nest edge fed his plainly visible mate. During the meal wing-action by t...
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01 February 1936
Comments Notes ON January 17th, 1936, the Prime Minister, the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Chancellor and Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University and others launched a Viscount Grey Memorial Appeal, one of whose objects is to develop " the existing scheme of research main...
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