IT is now known that a large number of Pied Wagtails (Motacilla a. yarrellii) have for the past two years used the glass roof of the branch Post Office in Campbell Street, Leicester, as their winter roosting quarters. The Post Office in question is less than a hundred yards from the London Midland and Scottish Railway station and the main street, and six hundred yards from the centre of the City ...

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