September 1936 – vol. 30, issue 4–124 I HAD long suspected, from what I had learnt of other residential species, and from a few scattered observations on Moor-Hens (Gallinula ch, chloropus) made in January and February in former years, that Miss Frances Pitt's experience (Brit. Birds: Vol. XI, p.. 170) and Miss E, L. Turner's (Vol. IX, pp. 260-1) might not hold good for all resident Moor-Hens. But it was not until I was able to watch th... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.