Ruttledge, R. F & Makatsch, W / July 1944 – vol. 38, issue 8–27 T H I S investigation of the food habits of the Common Curlew (Numenius a. arquata) during the flocking period was prompted by the results obtained in the Redshank Inquiry (antea, Vol. xxxvi, PP-29-33)In August, 1942, Miss Hibbert-Ware agreed to a request by Major Ruttledge to co-operate in an investigation. She undertook to examine all material submitted, while Major Ruttledge carried out the fie... This article is only available to registered users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.