Notes

01 November 1947
Comments Notes ON a fine morning in April, 1946, a number of Blackbirds (Turdus m. merula), Song-Thrushes (Turdus e. ericetorum) and Starlings (Siurnus v. vulgaris) were watched while feeding on a large lawn of King's College, Cambridge. The Starlings spent most of the...
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Notes

01 March 1941
Comments Notes As an example of how food-supply can affect the number of birds breeding in a locality the following may be of interest. When I first came to Benenden, Kent, about twenty years ago, so far as I know Hawfinches (Coccothraustes c. coccothraustes) never nes...
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Notes

01 January 1939
Comments Notes IN winter flocks of Snow-Buntings (Pledrophenax n. nivalis) frequent the summits and higher slopes of the mountains of the Lake District. Counts of these have frequently exceeded fifty birds; the largest counted was one of 117. I have seen a flock on the...
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