Letters

01 May 1952
Comments Letters --The increasing use of various types of colour-marking for the field recognition of birds must lead to confusion between individual experiments unless an authoritative central register can be compiled. The Scientific Advisory Committee of the British Tru...
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Notes

01 July 1941
Comments Notes ON May 18th, 1924, my father and I found the nest of a Siskin (Carduelis spinus) at Acharacle, Argyll. It was about twenty feet up on the spreading bough of an exotic fir (species not recorded) in a large garden. When my father climbed to it, both birds ...
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