T H E study of bird-migration in the British area has received a great impetus since the war through the establishment of a number of bird observatories at widely separated points, the manning of these stations by competent amateur watchers during migration seasons, and the gradual development of hew techniques of research. There is close co-operation and exchange of ideas between those who are re...

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