IN THE LATE AUTUMN of 1956 my wife and I watched for visible migration near Cromer in north-east Norfolk on thirteen days during the period 31st October-i5th November. Our actual observation point was the cliff top at East Runton which is about two miles west of Cromer. The numbers of all species seen during the watches were recorded, also their time of arrival and direction and height of flight, ...

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