Notes

01 June 1944
Comments Notes APPROXIMATELY two weeks after the second brood of Black Redstarts (Pheenicurus ochrurus gibraltariensis), which bred at the Temple, had fledged, Mr. R. L. E. Ford, F.R.E.S. and myself obtained the nest for examination purposes. The following food remains...
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Letters

01 February 1938
Comments Letters SIRS,--In reply to Mr. Lockley's letter under this heading (antea, pp. 278-9), I had two main points t o make in m y report on Skokholm Island, namely :-- 1. That owing t o its depredations on Storm-Petrels, the Little Owl should, if possible, be prevente...
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Letters

01 April 1936
Comments Letters SIRS,--In view of Mr. Lack's note on t h e repeated re-trapping of Robins (antea, p . 288), I m a y mention t h a t in t h e winter of 1929-30, when a t Cambridge, I had a Sparrow t r a p in t h e garden " baited " with seed. Greenfinches (Chloris ch. Mor...
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