W H I L E serving in H.M.S. ” Venus ” on the Mediterranean Station from August, 1905, to February, 1908, I saw, one way and another, a good deal of the…

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THE chicks of the Sanderling (Calidris arenaria), which form the subject of this contribution, are of historical interest, inasmuch as they are the first t h a t have been made known…

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Notes

Notes // 01.01.1909

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M A Y I trespass on your space to the extent of a few lines t o draw the attention of readers of B R I T I S H B I…

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I N his ” Birds of Sussex ” (1891, p . 134), the late Mr. Borrer wrote of this species (Linota rufescens) that ” i t is seldom met with in the…

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SOME birds are resident the whole year throughout the areas they inhabit, while others move more or less northward or southward with the change of the seasons, while still others roam practically…

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O N May 1st, 1908, Captain R. D. Fanshawe, with whom I was staying in North Devon, about eleven miles from the outskirts of Exmoor, informed me t h a t nearly…

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to the plan of marking birds have been made from time to time in previous numbers of this Magazine, and the subject will be familiar to our readers. The results achieved by…

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Editorial

Editorials // 01.01.1909

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IT is with great satisfaction t h a t I am able to announce that, commencing with this number of the Magazine, I shall have the assistance not only of Mr. W….

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Reviews

Book reviews // 01.12.1908

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The Hastings and East Sussex Naturalist (Vol. L, No. 4, February 25th, 1909). THIS number of the Journal of the Hastings and St. Leonards Natural History Society contains plenty to interest the…

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Notes

Notes // 01.12.1908

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I HAVE been invited to write a Life of the late Professor Alfred Newton. If a n y of your readers who have letters or reminiscences, or a n y other interesting…

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