01 January 1964
Comments Notes Fulmar incubating eggs of Herring Gull with its own.--On 27th May 1963 I was walking along a cliff top four miles south of Ballantrae, Ayrshire, when I surprised a Fulmar Fulmarus glacialis off its nest. As it flew, a brown egg rolled out and smashed on t...
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01 May 1962
Comments Letters Ringed birds in snow Sirs,--During the snowy period of early January 1962, in my garden sanctuary near Welwyn, Hertfordshire, I saw two ringed birds, a Blue Tit (Pants caerukus) and a Long-tailed Tit (Aegithalos caudatus), with their rings thickly coated ...
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