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The European Bird Report

01 September 2001
Comments Main paper This biannual feature, started 24 years ago (see Brit. Birds 70: 218), provides the only reliable, continent-wide report on population trends and significant, nationally accepted records of rarities.  Some of the highlights in this ...
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The European Bird Report

01 September 2001
Comments Main paper This biannual feature, started 24 years ago (see Brit. Birds 70: 218), provides the only reliable, continent-wide report on population trends and significant, nationally accepted records of rarities.  Some of the highlights in this ...
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Monthly marathon

01 September 2001
Comments Other The solution to the twentyseventh stage in the current `Marathon', photo no. 179, will appear in the October issue of British Birds. This new schedule means that the solution to each photo will be revealed three, rather than two, months after it first ...
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Notes

01 September 2001
Comments Notes It is well known that a staple component in the diet of European Honey-buzzards Pernis apivorus is social wasps (Vespidae), in particular their pupae and larvae... ...
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Letters

01 September 2001
Comments Letters The recent article regarding the identification of an Acrocephalus warbler on Unst, Shetland (Brit. Birds 94: 236-245), raises important issues concerning colour reproduction in photographs. In the case of two similar species, such as Blyth's ...
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News and Comment

01 September 2001
Comments News and comment Founded in 1973, the Suffolk Ornithologists' Group (SOG) has recently published the results of four years of intensive surveys in the county. The report, Survey of Breeding Raptors & Owls in Suffolk 1995-1998, by Mick Wright, provides important and...
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Requests

01 September 2001
Comments Editorials A number of major papers are planned for publication in British Birds in the coming months. For some of these, details of which are given below, high-quality transparencies or colour prints are required. Initial submission of jpeg digital imag...
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