By Richard Aspinall Abstract Records of falls of thrushes in north Norfolk in autumn, and falls of all passerine species on Fair Isle in both spring and autumn, were analysed to establish dates and frequency of falls.

A total of 106 days of recorded thrush falls in north Norfolk during autumn, for periods dating back as far as 1880, shows that these occur most frequently in the second half of O

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