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Notes // 01.01.1909

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M A Y I trespass on your space to the extent of a few lines t o draw the attention of readers of B R I T I S H B I…

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Notes // 01.12.1908

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W E have referred more t h a n once to the extraordinarily successful results of Mr. W. Eagle Clarke’s investigations of the birds which pass through Fair Isle. Mr. Clarke now…

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Notes // 01.12.1908

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I HAVE been invited to write a Life of the late Professor Alfred Newton. If a n y of your readers who have letters or reminiscences, or a n y other interesting…

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Notes // 01.11.1908

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AN article in the ” Field ” of December 21st, 1907 (p. 1109) describes the nesting of a Montagu’s Harrier in Surrey. The article, which is signed ” T. P.,” gives details…

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Notes // 01.11.1908

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regularly in north a n d west Sussex, probably in the east of the county, where Dr. C. B . Ticehurst found a brood in 1906, and probably also in other parts…

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Notes // 01.10.1908

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As it is desirable to get as accurate a n idea as possible of t h e distribution of the Wood-Pigeon diphtheria, it is hoped t h a t every reader of…

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Notes // 01.10.1908

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T o compile a complete bibliography of a subject which has attracted so much attention for so m a n y years as the ornithology of this country would be a task…

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Notes // 01.09.1908

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I T is very evident from the schedules and communications already sent in to the Editors of BRITISH B I R D S t h a t the Wood-pigeon diphtheria has this…

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Notes // 01.09.1908

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W E would remind our readers t h a t t h e schedules relating to this enquiry, which were attached to t h e November number of B R I T…

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Notes // 01.08.1908

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I HAVE read the article on ” Nestlings ” with interest, and if I may be allowed to express the wish, it is t h a t circumstances had permitted Mr. Pycraft…

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