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Letters // 01.12.1917

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SIBS,–Concerning my article on t h e Breeding of the Green Sandpiper in Westmorland, in your October issue (antea, p . 103), you state in a n editorial t h a t…

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Letters // 01.10.1917

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SIRS,–With reference to m y notes under the above heading (antea p p . 29-30) it m a y be interesting to state that on July 10th, 1917, three young Merlins were…

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Letters // 01.09.1917

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S I R S , — I think I a m correct in stating t h a t t h e generally accepted pronunciation of t h e word Chough is like…

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Letters // 01.02.1917

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SIRS,–Mr. F . W . Smalley {antea, p . 147), while recording a Buffbacked Heron from Norfolk, writes : ” I do not look vipon the evidence for t h e bird…

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Letters // 01.01.1917

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S I R S , — I should be much obliged if any of your readers would be so kind as t o send m e information about t h e birds…

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Letters // 01.12.1916

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SIRS,–In the last chapter of his delightful, and accurate account of the habits of Sparrow-Hawks, Mr. Owen asks for candid criticism and suggestions. My own observations extending over very many years are…

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Letters // 01.11.1916

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SIRS,–With reference to Mr. Owen’s account of the male SparrowHawk giving food t o t h e female when on the wing (cmtea, p. 56), it may interest you to know t…

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Letters // 01.09.1916

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SIRS,—In Mr. J. H. Owen’s second article on the Sparrow-Hawk (anlea, p . 26) he states t h a t , if t h e hen is not incubating she will ”…

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Letters // 01.07.1916

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SIRS,–On February 11th, 1915, I flushed a strange bird by the river Ought at West Mill, near Hitchin. Its rufous colour, spreadeagled tail, and prominent white edges to same, puzzled me. The…

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Letters // 01.06.1916

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SIRS,— The repeated notices of the Common Buzzard having been seen in t h e east and south-east of England are very gratifying t o those who have taken much trouble in…

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