A WELL-AUTHENTICATED clutch of eggs of the Pine-Grosbeak (Pinicola e. enucleator), exceeding four, is so rare that it may be worth recording that a nest containing five fresh eggs of this species was found near Noatun, east Finmark, on June n t h , 1937, by Herr Torolv Schaanning, the well-known east Finmark ornithologist, with whom I am personally acquainted. He informs me (in litt.) that he had...

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