Notes

01 September 1953
Comments Notes Nesting of Curlew on river shingle-beds.--Of late years Curlews (Numenius arquata) have been nesting in increasing numbers on inland pastures and meadows in Northumberland, whereas formerly they were birds of the moorlands, nesting on heather-clad hills ...
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Letters

01 August 1946
Comments Letters --The habit, referred to by several contributors to this and the previous volume T f this journal (antea, Vol. xxxviii, pp. 206, 300, 360, Vol. > xxxix, pp. 159,160) in which parent birds of many species probe into the nest lining beneath the young, has b...
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Notes

01 July 1936
Comments Notes CROSSBILLS' METHOD OF FEEDING, A NOTE in the June number of British Birds (Vol. XXX., p. 27) by B. D. Moreton, tempts me to carry the observations a little farther by publishing a few notes made as long ago as 1888 on the method of feeding of some Crossbi...
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