Notes

01 September 2011
Comments Notes On 8th April 2010, PT found two Greylag Goose Anser anser nests on a ruined castle in Co. Cork. Greylags are typically ground- nesters but there are documented cases of (single) Greylag nests in trees (e.g. Redfern 2002, Coath, 2006); to our knowledge,...
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Notes

01 April 2002
Comments Notes On 25th May 1999, in open parkland at Oxenford Farm, near Elstead, Surrey, a Greylag Goose Anser anser was discovered nesting in a hollow branch in a large, dead oak Quercus tree (plate 104). As the nest hole was approximately 10 m from the ground, it ...
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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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