Travis, R, Higgins, R. H, Kenrick, W. E, Watt, W. B, Spittle, R. J, Tetley, H, Davis, H. H, Alexander, W. B, Cohen, E, Travis, R, Tetley, H, Davis, H. H, Cohen, E & Alexander, W. B / February 1935 – vol. 28, issue 9–284 FOR the last few years I have examined a number of Jays killed in Essex, in the hope of finding the Continental form. On November 22nd, 1934, one, a female, was shot at Longwood, Layer Marney, Essex, which had the lower mantle and back greyer than usual. Mr. N. B. Kinnear and Mr. H. F. Witherby, who have compared this bird with a series of skins, have identified it as the Continental Jay (Garrulu... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.