Notes

01 December 1984
Comments Notes Grey Heron parents attending grounded nestlings. In my monograph on the Grey Heron Ardea cinerea (1954, The Heron), I stated of young blown from the treetops that 'If in crashing the bird breaks a leg or wing it will not survive long, but if uninjured ...
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Letters

01 December 1976
Comments Letters Migration in the doldrums D. I. M. Wallace expressed an atavistic 'Viewpoint' (Brit. Birds, 68: 202-203) that it was time for 'a resumption of migration studies related to conservation', and suggested setting up a working party to promote it. T...
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Notes

01 January 1967
Comments Notes Heron apparently fishing i n deep water.--The observations below were made by us independently on two separate days, but, because the behaviour was so similar on each occasion as to suggest that it might be the not infrequent habit of one individual, the ...
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