Davis, P, Ruttledge, R. F, Ruttledge, R. F & Davis, P / September 1952 – vol. 45, issue 9–306 IN 1951 both spring and autumn movements were outstanding. Numbers of the commoner migrants, particularly of warblers in spring and of finches and thrushes in autumn, were well above the average, and there were many unusual occurrences. Altogether 133 species were recorded on the island, the largest number yet identified in one year. This brief report summarises the records of the rarer birds seen... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.