01 July 1931
Comments Notes ON May 1st, 1931, in an open hole in a limb of a great ash tree at Bamston Lodge, Essex, I found a Jackdaw (Colceus m. spermologus) sitting on four eggs so much mud-daubed that they were very inconspicuous on the nest material. I had not time to investig...
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