Notes

01 February 1957
Comments Notes Snipe with abnormal bill.--On 25Ü1 July 1956, at Crook, near Kendal, Westmorland, I took a photograph (see plate 16) of a female Snipe (Capella gallinago) with an up-curved bill. The bird was incubating four eggs in a grass tussock in low-lying, swampy...
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01 April 1955
Comments Notes in The Handbook to the behaviour of flocks of Coot (Fulica atra) when attacked by birds of prey. On n t h January 1953, at Cannock Reservoir, Staffordshire, I witnessed the same behaviour when a Herring Gull (Larus argentatus) dived over a scattered flock...
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01 November 1950
Comments Notes ON January 4th, 1950, we were standing in the road beside Bolney Grange Ltd., Hurstpierpoint, Sussex, watching about 30-40 WoodPigeons (Columba palumbus) feeding under a tree, when we heard the harsh calls of Carrion Crows (Corvus corone). We looked up, ...
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