Watching migration by radar

01 August 1959
Comments Main paper So FAR AS I know, the first time that radar echoes were definitely identified as coming from birds was in the spring of 1940, when an experimental equipment on a wavelength of 50 cm. at Christchurch, Hampshire, detected gulls (Larus spp.) (Shire, 1958). U...
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Visible migration at Land's End

01 March 1952
Comments Main paper THE study of visible migration, initiated by Eagle Clarke (1912), has received a new impetus in the last few years. In October, many Sky-Larks (Alauda arvensis), Chaffinches (Fringilla caslebs) and Starlings (Sturnus vulgaris), with smaller numbers of oth...
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