01 November 1944
Comments Letters SIRS,--With reference to t h e note under this heading (antea, p. 53), I found a pair of Ravens breeding in a similar situation in mid-Wales during early April, 1929. The Raven's nest was situated in a tree about 30 yards from a rookery of eighteen nests....
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01 August 1944
Comments Notes ON March 26th, 1943, K. Williamson and one of the writers, W.S.C., when engaged on a rookery census were surprised to hear a pair of Ravens (Corvus c. corax) croaking anxiously and flying around Montpelier Wood in the heart of Sully Glen, Isle of Man. De...
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