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Letters // 01.06.1911

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SIRS,–As albinistie varieties of birds are so seldom examined as t o their condition, it may be worth while to record t h a t some years ago, when shooting young Rooks…

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Letters // 01.11.1909

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To the Editors of BRITISH BIRDS. ” T H E NATURAL HISTORY OF BRITISH GAME BIRDS.” SIRS,–In your issue for March 1st Mr. Ogilvie-Grant criticises certain statements in my work bearing the…

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Letters // 01.10.1909

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To the Editors of BRITISH BIRDS. “THE NATURAL HISTORY OF BRITISH GAME BIRDS.” B Y J. G. MILLAIS. SIRS,–In offering the following remarks on Mr. Millais’ work I should like it to…

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Letters // 01.12.1908

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SIRS,–My friend, Lehrer Precht, of Bremen, tells me the following tale, which I have every reason to believe is quite authentic :–It appears t h a t during the hard frost experienced…

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Letters // 01.09.1908

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seen in t h e ” F i e l d ” of 11th J a n u a r y a note relating to the capture of a marked Teal in…

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Letters // 01.07.1908

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” T H E BIRDS OF YORKSHIRE.” To the Editors of BRITISH BIRDS. SIRS,–In your review of Mr. Nelson’s excellent book on the ” Birds of Yorkshire,” you allude to the ”…

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Letters // 01.01.1908

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To the Editors of BRITISH BIRDS. SIRS,–On May 5th I found a Long-tailed Tit’s nest about five feet from the ground in an isolated hawthorn, and as I approached it a bird…

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