Notes

01 August 1963
Comments Notes I WAS at Dungeness from October 20th to 23rd, 1913, and a great deal of migration was proceeding at the time, chiefly of flocks of finches and other birds flying south in the early morning. Between 12 noon and 1 p.m. on the 20th I saw a party of thirteen...
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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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