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 July 1935
Comments Notes IT is now known that a large number of Pied Wagtails (Motacilla a. yarrellii) have for the past two years used the glass roof of the branch Post Office in Campbell Street, Leicester, as their winter roosting quarters. The Post Office in question is less ...
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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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