January 1948 – vol. 41, issue 1–9 THE invasion of Waxwings (Bombyqilla g, garrulus) into the British Isles in the winter of 1946-1947 was the heaviest recorded for which comparative details are available. The greatest numbers arrived on the east coast from Inverness-shire south to Yorkshire in November. They were preceded by a few early stragglers in October and one, recorded in the report of the Scottish Ornithologists' Club, in t... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.