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Letters // 01.05.1916

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S I B S , — I see that in the last number of British Birds (antea, p . 244) there is a record of a remarkable migration of Skuas off the…

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Letters // 01.04.1916

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S I R S , — I have read Mr. Owen’s most interesting and accurate account of the nesting-habits of t h e Red-backed Shrike in the January number of BRITISH B…

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Letters // 01.04.1916

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SIRS,–With reference t o t h e recent papers on the breeding-habits of t h e H o b b y , a few observations based on notes m a d e…

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Letters // 01.03.1916

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SIRS,–Miss E . L. Turner’s diverting article on ” Wait and See ” Photography in the October issue of BRITISH BIRDS induces me to send the two enclosed prints. When home on…

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Letters // 01.01.1916

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SIRS,’–In t h e recent article (pp. 173-4) on the plumages of Crossbill, Mr. Witherby alludes to my paper on the ” Plumage of the Male Crossbill ” (Ibis, 1915, pp. 662-9)…

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Letters // 01.12.1915

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SIRS,–How long the Common Tern has nested a t Blakeney there is probably no means of ascertaining now, b u t m y father could speak to t h e settlement being…

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Letters // 01.12.1915

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SIRS,–Mr. Smalley’s important contribution to the above subject in tlie November number of BRITISH BIRDS {antea, p. 137-41) has deeply interested me. I am glad t h a t on the whole…

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Letters // 01.11.1915

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To the Editors of BRITISH BIRDS. SIRS,–Mr. Alexander’s paper on migration (antea, p. 226) is very interesting. I should be very glad if he or any of your readers could explain what…

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Letters // 01.10.1915

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SIBS,–May I add a few notes (based on a brief sojourn in Flanders in 1915) to Mr. Chubb’s observations in your J u n e issue ? Articles in the Press have…

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Letters // 01.08.1915

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SIRS,–In the last Additions and Corrections to the Hand-List, the authors state (antea, p. 8) t h a t the distribution and therefore the nomenclature of the races of Ringed Plover are…

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