Letters

01 December 1984
Comments Letters Tufted Duck carrying young. In connection with the recent notes by Montse Carbonell and Stephen B. Edwards (Brit. Birds 77: 318-319), I should like to draw attention to a previous published account by my husband, the late Dr Jeffery Harrison, of a fema...
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Mystery photographs

01 February 1983
Comments Main paper A warbler scuttles through the reed fringe and stops, partly obscured by reed stems. Some pretty quick assimilation of field characters is called for before it dives back into the depths. Those who have studied the different structure and facial patter...
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Notes

01 April 1957
Comments Notes of Boelus, Nebraska, informs me that he wing-tipped a young female White-fronted Goose (Anser albifrons) whilst shooting on the North Platte river in the autumn of 1903 or 1904--he is not sure which---and took the bird back to his farm. H e goes on to say...
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