February 2000 – vol. 93, issue 2, pp 84 ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY YEARS AGO: `Migration of the Ring Ouzel (Cinclus aquaticus) [Turdus torquatus].- The number of ring ouzels passing southward this autumn has been astonishing. Large flocks were seen continually on the downs [at Lewes, East Sussex] from September to nearly the end of October . No one can ever recall their being so plentiful before.' `Occurrence of the Fire-crested Regulus... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.