Mystery Photographs

01 December 1984
Comments Main paper It should have been fairly obvious, from the longish, down-curved bill, dark primaries and absence of a central wing-stripe, that the bird in plate 239 (repeated as 246) was a species of curlew or whimbrel Numenius. Readers having had the opportunity f...
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