Cliff-Breeding in the House-Martin

01 June 1939
Comments Main paper IN response to the editorial appeal (antea, Vol. XXXII, p, 118) for information on cliff-breeding in the House-Martin (Delichon u, urbica) a number of observers have sent in records. From these it is obvious that breeding under natural conditions is far m...
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01 January 1929
Comments Notes ON May 4th, 1928, I watched a Goldfinch (Carduelis c. britannica) snapping off the stalks, about two inches from the head, of some " Forget-me-nots " (Myosotis) in our garden in west Sussex. The bird, which was accompanied by a second bird, soon flew off...
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