Editorials

Editorial

Editorials // 01.06.1952

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J U S T a year ago at the time of writing these words the first issue of British Birds to be produced by the new Editorial Board went to press, opening…

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224 REQUESTS FOR INFORMATION. (i) A number of readers have already reported unusually early arrivals of summer migrants in 1952, especially in March. As a general rule we have regarded records of…

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Bird-watchers’ Delight. By John Warham (Country Life. 18s.) The Birds of the Malav Peninsula, Singapore and Penang. By A. G. Glenister. (O.U.P. 35s.) Bird Recognition, 2. By James Fisher (Pelican Books, js….

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sight-records of rare birds are important because they add to knowledge, without causing the destruction involved by the alternative method of collecting specimens, but sight-records are of very little value if not…

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A number of further records of W a x w i n g s (Bombycilla garrulus) must be added to those already published; most have been taken from the County Reports. F…

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Book Received

Editorials // 01.12.1951

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The Land of the Loon.– By G. K. Yeates. (Country Life, 18/-). The Fame Islands: their History and Wild Life.–By Grace Watt. (Country Life, .30/-). The Study of Instinct.–By N. Tinbergen. (Oxford…

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Audubon Water Bird Guide.–By Richard A. Pough. (Doubleday and Company, Inc.) Vogelzing und Vogelringforschong.–By Joachim Steinbacher. (Verlag Waldemer Kramer.) British Birds in Colour.–Advisory Editor R.S.R. Fitter. (Odhams Press Ltd., 21/-) Sexual Behavior…

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Editorial

Editorials // 01.05.1951

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As announced in British Birds for March a new editorial board, whose members are named on the title-page, becomes responsible for the conduct of the magazine beginning with this issue. It is…

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Flamingo City. By G. K. Yeates. (Country Life, 25/-). Birds and Men. By E M. Nicholson. (Collins, 21/-). The Sarawak Museum Journal (Vol. V, No. 2, September, 1950). ment Printing Office, Kuching,…

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Editorial

Editorials // 01.12.1950

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WE are asked by the publishers to announce that the annual subscription to British Birds is to be raised by one shilling. We regret having to remind readers that the cost of…

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