Letters

01 April 1929
Comments Letters SIRS,--The observations conducted b y Messrs. Ingram and Salmon on the dives of the Long-tailed Duck (antea, p . 264) reopen a veryinteresting question, and one which, I think, is still some way from being satisfactorily answered. In estimating the averag...
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Letters

01 January 1929
Comments Letters SIRS,--May I be spared a little space to invite the attention of your readers to the Annual Report of the Oxford Ornithological Society on the Birds of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire. This Report, the last issue of which you were good enough t...
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Letters

01 December 1928
Comments Letters SIRS,--Will you kindly allow me space to make enquiries concerning the present whereabouts of a clutch of two eggs of the Honey-Buzzard taken in the Quantocks, Somerset, on June 25th, 1899. These eggs were sold a t Stevens's on April 25th, 1906, ex collec...
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