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Letters // 01.11.1919

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SIRS,–Having alwaj’S religiously refrained from active participation in. controversy concerning Cuckoo problems, I am rather reluctant t o criticize Mr. Edgar Chance’s notes in your September issue mainly because t h e…

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Letters // 01.10.1919

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SIRS,–The Rev. F . C. R. Jourdain is probably quite correct in his identification of t h e Chaffinch’s egg mentioned in t h e August issue of British Birds (antea, p…

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Letters // 01.08.1919

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S I R S , — I vgas much interested in the article on the Drumming of Woodpeckers (anted, p . 40). I have, on several occasions, got to very close quarters…

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Letters // 01.07.1919

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SIRS,–With reference t o the obituary notice (antea, p . 21), it m a y be well to point out t h a t it was to t h e late Mr….

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Letters // 01.04.1919

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SIRS,’–I see t h a t Mr. E . A. Wallis notifies t h e presence of t h e Little Bustard (Otis tetrax) in t h e Yonne Department (antea, p…

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Letters // 01.03.1919

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SIRS,–I have been asked b y Mr. A. M. Browne-Anderson (author of the Vertebrate Fauna of Leicestershire and Rutland), now curator of the Folkestone Museum, to form a representative collection of British…

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Letters // 01.02.1919

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SIRS,–On writing u p m y Bird-Ringing Schedules for 1918 a striking fact noticed was t h e fecundity of t h e Swallow {Birundo r. rustiea) in 1918. Of 21 nests…

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Letters // 01.10.1918

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SIRS,–With reference t o Mr. Butterfield’a note {antea, p . 66), I m a y say t h a t in m y experience young birds h a v e a quite…

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Letters // 01.06.1918

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SIRS,– In writing to you on this subject Sir D . Pigott would a t t r i b u t e to me an amount of knowledge to which I certainly…

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Letters // 01.05.1918

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My friend, Mr. Gurney, in his interesting Beport (antea, p . 258), has, I see, given my name as a witness to the appearance of Glaucous Gulls on the Norfolk Coast, during…

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