Letters

01 April 1938
Comments Letters SIRS,--Since a t one or two widely separated localities in t h e Midlands this bird appears t o be on t h e increase, a n d in places is actually re-establishing itself after years of absence, i t h a s been thought desirable t o hold a thorough inquiry i...
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Notes

01 April 1938
Comments Notes I FIND that Mr. H. G. Alexander's Chart of Bird-Song (antea, Vol. XXIX, p. 194) has no record of the song of the Grey Wagtail (Motacilla c. cinerea) between mid-January and mid-March. The report of a song which I heard at 5.20 p.m. on February 24th, 1938...
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Notes

01 February 1935
Comments Notes FOR the last few years I have examined a number of Jays killed in Essex, in the hope of finding the Continental form. On November 22nd, 1934, one, a female, was shot at Longwood, Layer Marney, Essex, which had the lower mantle and back greyer than usual....
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