IN 1939, as already recorded in British Birds, Vol. xxxiii, p. 194, a male Hooded Crow (Corvus c. comix) and a female Carrion-Crow (C. c. cowrie) nested in Co. Dublin and successfully reared their young. In 1940, presumably the same pair again nested in the same wood but in a different tree. Two young birds of this brood were often seen after they had left the nest. One was a Hooded Crow in pluma...

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