Letters

01 September 1963
Comments Letters S I R S , -- W i t h reference to t h e article on " The Breeding-habits of t h e Dartford Warbler," and t o t h e statement on page 218, I have never seen a Dartford Warbler's nest in England, a n d know nothing of their habits in this country. I n t h e...
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Letters

01 June 1953
Comments Letters SIRS,--A good deal of interest, and even some feeling, seems to have been aroused by the question whether in the Channel Islands the English name "Armorican Warbler"/ instead of "Dartford Warbler", can be properly applied to the race found there, Sylvia u...
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Notes

01 July 1952
Comments Notes Long-tailed Tits' unorthodox nesting arrangements.--On April 21st, 1951, the writers found the nest of a Long-tailed Tit (Mgithalos caudatus) in the main fork of an apple tree near Brandon, Suffolk. Such a site' is unusual in East Anglia, and the nest ha...
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