Notes

01 May 1963
Comments Notes FOE some years now I have been paying particular attention to the nestlings of common birds. It is of course now known to all ornithologists that the parents keep the nest clean (as a general rule) by carrying away the excrement, and often by swallowing ...
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Notes

01 June 1933
Comments Notes O N April 8th, 1933, the Blackbird which sings from the apex of our cottage on Skokholm Island, Pembrokeshire, was displaced by a small finch whose song I have never heard before. It was linnet-like, but much fainter, and I put down the notes " tu-tee, t...
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Notes

01 March 1929
Comments Notes SALTER reports a pair of Lesser Whitethroats (Sylvia c. curruca) at Aberystwyth from May 6th, 1928, onwards. The male was heard singing till July 2nd. This is a new record for the district, as the species is decidedly rare on the western seaboard of Wale...
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