Notes

01 November 1937
Comments Notes W E have received the following notes additional to those already published on this subject (cf. antea, p. 149). KENT.--A bird which from the description appeared to be an immature female was seen by Mr. J. R. Tart at Dungeness early in June. SUSSEX.--A ...
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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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