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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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(circa 1500–1568). THE history of British ornithology may be said to commence from the time of William Turner, famous both as a naturalist and an author. Born just 400 years ago, this…

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O N April 1st, 1908, an example of one of the ” Dovelike Fulmars ” was found dead under a tree near Tarporley, Cheshire, b y a man who attends the weekly…

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There are three means of identification–(1) the eggs themselves ; (2) the down found in the nests ; (3) the feathers which are generally mixed with the down. The last provides by…

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