01 May 1996
Comments Letters In October 'News and comment' (Brit. Birds 88: 489), Shelley Hinsley's letter in the New Scientist about feeding peanuts in the summer was quoted. Readers may feel that this reference indicated the wholesale death of nestling tits Parus nationwide thro...
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01 May 1933
Comments Notes As the Jackdaw (Colceusm. spermologus) is a bird not usually subject to variation, some notes on a local variety seen at Douglas may be of interest. These white-winged Jackdaws are best described as having on the outer primary a white spot or " mirror " e...
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