Nyagolov, K, Jones, P. H, Shepperd, J, Crouch, E. L, Robertson, A. P. W, Ennion, E. A. R, Mead-Briggs, A. R, Brown, C. F, Harber, D. D, Jones, P. H, Harber, D. D & Ennion, E. A. R / July 1952 – vol. 45, issue 7–263 Long-tailed Tits' unorthodox nesting arrangements.--On April 21st, 1951, the writers found the nest of a Long-tailed Tit (Mgithalos caudatus) in the main fork of an apple tree near Brandon, Suffolk. Such a site' is unusual in East Anglia, and the nest had the further distinction of an entrance hole at front and rear. The female was then about to lay. The nest was inspected intermittently during the... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.