Notes

01 December 1937
Comments Notes I FIRST noticed a Sky-Lark (Alauda a. arvensis) building amongst rough grass on the West Lancashire Golf Course on June 12th, 1937. The nest then consisted of a hollow in black earth with a partial rim and bottom lining of dry grass, Once when the hen wa...
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Notes

01 September 1936
Comments Notes IN a wood running along the top of a hill in Surrey which I visited on June 24th, 1936, I heard a Chiffchaff (Phylloscopus collybita) singing in a tall conifer, and as soon as he stopped a Grasshopper-Warbler (Locustella ncevia) started to reel in the un...
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Some Habits of the Stone-Curlew

01 October 1933
Comments Main paper (Plates 4 & 5.) FOR several seasons I have watched Stone-Curlews {Burhinus as. cedicnemus) in Suffolk. Perhaps one of the most outstanding points of interest is their habit of returning to exactly the same haunts each year to nest. Had my hide for observa...
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Notes

01 October 1931
Comments Notes --Ringers are reminded that all schedules with lists of birds they have ringed during the season should now be sent in. As it is a great convenience in collating totals for the lists of birds ringed to be uniform in size and order, special forms have been...
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Letters

01 September 1931
Comments Letters SIRS, May I, in reference to the valuable contribution by Mr. Walpolc-Bond on the " Songs and Cries of the Nuthatch " in your August issue (pp. 70-r), offer mv notes on tile calls of the Hampshire Nuthatch and ask Mr. Walpolc-Bond whether his Sussex birds...
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Notes

01 October 1928
Comments Notes THE attached Table shows the numbers of eggs in the clutch of various species found near Mawgan in Cornwall. The figures are taken from my diaries of the last four years and represent the clutches after full incubation had commenced. It has been my habit...
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