Announcement

01 October 2001
Comments Editorials Thanks to the generosity of well-known artist and staunch BB-supporter Ian Wallace, BB is delighted to offer its subscribers the opportunity to purchase this fantastic DIMW original, featuring European Golden Plovers Pluvialis apricaria and No...
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Seventy-Five years ago

01 July 1987
Comments Other 'LITTLE OWLS BREEDING IN ESSEX. THE first I heard of the Little Owl (Athene n. noctua) in the neighbourhood of Felsted, was from Mr. Hughes-Hughes, of Leez Priory, who had been brought a specimen for identification at the end of 1909 by the bailiff on ...
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Seventy-five years ago

01 April 1983
Comments Other 'The Little Owl (Athene noctua) cannot now be regarded as anything more than an introduced species in these islands owing to the fact that so many have been "turned down" in various parts of the country. The interest in its possible migrations to Engla...
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Notes

01 August 1981
Comments Notes Predation on Manx Shearwaters by grey seals On most evenings during early August 1976, large flocks of Manx Shearwaters Puffinus puffinus fed on the tide race between South Bishop Lighthouse and Ramsey Island, Dyfed. Regular gathering...
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Notes

01 October 1977
Comments Notes Displays of Moorhen In bis paper on the breeding behaviour and biology of the Moorhen Gallinula chloropus (Brit. Birds 67: 104-115, 137-158), N. A. Wood described displays performed on water when intruders were near a nest containing eggs and y...
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Letters

01 March 1958
Comments Letters I N F O R M A T I O N W A N T E D ON L A P W I N G C H I C K S S I R S , -- F r o m observations made over a number of years on the growth and development of young Lapwings (Vanellus vanellus), it would appear that early hatching chicks develop more rapid...
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Notes

01 February 1945
Comments Notes I HAVE recently been particularly interested in the behaviour of Marsh- and Coal-Tits, which together with larger numbers of Blue and Great Tits, have visited the garden here at Llanymynech during about the first three weeks of October, 1944. The garden,...
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