DURING June, 1933,1 spent a few days at Tomdoun, Glengarry, west Inverness, and had much conversation about the birds of the region with Mr. Murdoch Matheson, head gamekeeper and deer-stalker in Glengarry. Mr. Matheson has a very wide knowledge of the local birds, has accompanied many naturalists who have explored the region, beginning with Harvie-Brown and Buckley, and has published an account o...

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