01 December 1975
Comments Letters The origin of British Aquatic Warblers In his letter (Brit. Birds, 67: 443-444), Dr J. T. R. Sharrock made the hypothesis that the autumn records of Acrocephalus paludicola in Britain and Ireland are probably to be explained by a reverse migrat...
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01 January 1975
Comments Notes Common and Black-headed Gulls flight-feeding over ragwort On the west coast of much of the Outer Hebrides is found the machair, a stretch of flat sandy soil used mainly for growing a mixed crop of rye and oats for animal fodder. Landward of thi...
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