GREAT GREY SHRIKE IN KENT IN SPRING. ON April 6th, 1927, my son, W. H. Hale, and I saw a Great Grey Shrike (Lanius e. excubitor) at Hothfield. It is well known that as an autumn and winter visitor this bird occurs almost every year in Kent, but according to Ticehurst (B. of Kent, p. 115), only three have been recorded in spring or summer. I take this opportunity of recording another bird shot at H


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