Letters

01 November 1934
Comments Letters SIRS,--In connection with Mr. Musselwhite's letter and t h e Editor's remarks under this heading (antea, p. 151), I may record t h a t a Blackbird (Tardus m. merula) hatched four young in 1934 in a nest on a branch of a cedar on m y lawn a t Cheddar, and ...
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Notes

01 October 1934
Comments Notes As records of the Snow-Bunting (Plectrophenax nivalis) from inland districts in the south are comparatively few, the following would appear to be of interest despite the fact t h a t one of the occurrences has remained unrecorded for over sixty years. Th...
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Notes

01 January 1934
Comments Notes THE Tree-Sparrow (Passer m, montanus) is sparingly distributed in Leicestershire, and up to November 19th, 1933, I had never met with more than six or seven together at one time, although I have heard of a flock of about forty being seen on the Melton si...
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Notes

01 December 1931
Comments Notes O N comparing m y notes, made on several visits to Cornwall during t h e last five years, with Clark's list in t h e Victoria History of Cornwall, 1906, I find the following items worth recording. CIRL BUNTING (Emberiza cirlus).--One sang near Marazion i...
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Notes

01 July 1929
Comments Notes As a result of information given them by the late Mr. Good of Westport, that the Yellow Wagtail (Motacilla f. rayi) nested extensively on Mask and Carra, the late Robert Warren and Mr. Williams of Dublin proceeded in 1893 to investigate, with the results...
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