Notes

01 August 1952
Comments Notes Rogers informs us that on April i s t , 1950, he watched a Starling {Sturnus vulgaris) attacking a Chrysanthemum. Leaves were torn off, pecked into shreds and left on the ground, b u t were later carried off with other nesting material. Mr. R. G. Finnis r...
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Notes

01 February 1950
Comments Notes DURING a visit to Thanet in the autumn of 1947, I was enabled, through the kindness of Mrs. Powell-Cotton, to examine the small collection of locally-taken bird-skins in the above museum. These were made readily available to me by the present Curator, Mr...
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Notes

01 May 1948
Comments Notes ON December 18th, 1946, I saw a Nutcracker (Nucifraga caryocaiactes subsp.?) about two miles west of Turners Hill, Sussex. It flew across the road and settled in a tree about 35 yards away in full view. I was able to watch the bird for about three minute...
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