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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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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