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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