Notes

01 May 1932
Comments Notes IN the Practical Handbook of British Birds, Vol. I., p. 501, it is stated that " t h e British Dipper (Cinclus c, gularis) is very scarce in . . . Durham". This statement is certainly misleading, as the Dipper is plentifully distributed on the banks of a...
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Notes

01 January 1932
Comments Notes SOME Waxwings (Bombycilla ^arrulus) have reached Norfolk during the last few weeks. On November 3rd, 1931, one was picked up alive at Kelling, under telegraph wires, by the local police constable, but it died and was unfortunately taken by a cat. Some wi...
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