Letters

Letters // 01.01.1908

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To the Editors of BRITISH BIRDS. SIRS,–On May 5th I found a Long-tailed Tit’s nest about five feet from the ground in an isolated hawthorn, and as I approached it a bird…

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Reviews

Book reviews // 01.01.1908

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Heport on the Immigrations of Summer Residents in the Spring of 1906, bv the Committee appointed by the British Ornithologists’ Club. (Forming Vol. XX., Bull. B.O.C. Edited by W. R. Ogilvie-Grant.) 34…

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Notes

Notes // 01.01.1908

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* # * A series of Articles commencing next month will deal with the records concernin g British birds, published from 1899 to May 31st, 1907, consequently extracts from periodical literature will…

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was always one of the chief delights of my boyhood, so when, some ten years ago, I settled down in this country–comparatively speaking–after having spent a quarter of a century of my…

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HOWARD SAOTBERS, In his ” Manual of British Birds,” includes five species of true Parus in the British Avifauna, namely, Parus major, P, ater, P. palusiris, P. cosruleus, and P. eristatus.. Dr….

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is perhaps fitting that the first number of BRITISH BIBDS should, contain an account of a “bird which, as a breeding species in these islands, is reduced to a solitary pair or…

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FOR the readers of BRITISH B I R D S I have been asked to supply an outline of the accessions to the British List since the completion of the 2nd edition…

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Editorial

Editorials // 01.01.1908

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BEFORE setting forth our plans, our hopes, and our ambitions for BRITISH BIRDS, we must first express a deep sense of gratitude to all those who have so generously promised their support…

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