TDGNHAS Series III, Volume 18

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Contents of this volume

H. Johnston

Bird Life Between Tide Marks [Summary only]


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The Lecturer described the various kinds of birds found on our shores and gave some interesting sidelights on their habits. The lecture was illustrated by lantern slides from photograhs mainly taken by the lecturer himself and by Mr Horace Bonar.

J. McCrindle

Ailsa Craig and its Birds [Summary only]

Ornithology, Geology

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The lecturer gave a brief geological and topographical description of the rock, and afterwards sketched its historical associations. The remainder of the lecture was on the bird life of the rock, and was illustrated by lantern slides.

W. B. Duncan

Some Notes on the Western Himalayas [Summary only]

Botany, Zoology

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Mr Duncan gave an account of several months' travel in Western Thibet, with an account of the flora and fauna of the region. His lecture was illustrated by a sketch map of the district he had traversed and also by lantern slides of various flowers and shr

A. Duncan

Observations on Birds from a Dumfriesshire Hill Farm [Summary only]

Ornithology, Agriculture

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Mr Duncan gave a number of extremely interesting sketches of bird life in the neighbourhood of Closeburn and elsewhere. These may be printed on another occasion. [Not printed in Transactions]