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Letter

01 May 1953
Comments Letters SIRS,--One of our most important bird-reserves, Havergate Island, Suffolk, was severely damaged by the exceptional tide which swept down the East Anglian coast on February 1st. This island is not only unique in t h a t it contains the only British breedin...
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Review

01 May 1953
Comments Reviews KKVIKW : COUNTY BIKD KEI>OKT. North Staffordshire Field Club, Annual Report, 1951-52. Edited by H. V. Thompson. A short report on birds includes notes on duck on Copmere in 1951. Goosanders were present in some numbers from January to March and from Novem...
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Notes

01 May 1953
Comments Notes saw a Terek Sandpiper [Xenus cinereus) on Cowpen Marsh, Teesmouth, Co Durham. It was on the mud bordering; a flash behind the sea-wall originally with a substantial flock of Redshank (Tringa totanus) and Grey Plover (Squatarola squatarola), most of which ...
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The birds of the St. Tudwal Islands

01 May 1953
Comments Main paper (Plate 27, left) THE two St. Tudwal Islands lie in Cardigan Bay a mile off the east coast of the Lleyn Peninsula of Caernarvonshire: their Ordovician rock is Arenig including Skiddaw slate, and has a thin covering of sandy turf. The W e s t Island, some 4...
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The Collared Turtle Dove in Europe

01 May 1953
Comments Main paper Page Introduction... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 153 The Superspecies ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 154 The Barbary Dove ... ... ... ... 155 Hybrids 155 Streptope.Ua decaocto : its past and present distribution... ... ... 156 Japan Page 156 The Uppe...
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