Reviews

01 November 1956
Comments Reviews By DAVID LACK (Methuen, London, 1956). 239 p a g e s ; 10 half-tone plates; 24 text illustrations. 21s. N O T the least striking feature of that astonishing building, the University Museum of Science at Oxford, is the tower; for behind the ventilator sha...
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Notes

01 November 1956
Comments Notes of Little Ringed Plover (Charadrius dubius), each containing a clutch of four e g g s , were found at a gravel-pit in the Trent Valley in 1956; the first nest was discovered by A. Teather on 24th June, the second was confirmed by W . Priestley on 2nd July...
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Notes

01 May 1929
Comments Notes IN April, 1926, close to my house in Mawgan-in-Pydar, north Cornwall, I found the nest of a Long-tailed Tit (Mgithalos c. rosea) in a low thorn bush, in process of construction. When incubation was commenced, I noticed the tip of the bird's tail projecti...
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