Jones, P. H, Davis, P, Davis, P & Jones, P. H / January 1956 – vol. 49, issue 1–25 THERE were a number of remarkable features about the autumn migration of 1953, and not the least of these was the phenomenal invasion of Britain by Lapland Buntings (Calcarius lapponicus), which occupied at least a month from 3rd September. This species has always been regarded as rare in Britain (though it is easily overlooked) except in certain favoured areas. There are localities in the south-e... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.