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Bird Life Between Tide Marks [Summary only]
TDGNHAS Series III, 18 (1931-33), 34(WARNING very large file size: 68.6 MB)
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.
The Migration of Birds
TDGNHAS Series III, 19 (1933-35), 276(WARNING very large file size: 50.85 MB)
Mr Johnston said the usual migrations were from N.E to S.W., but there were E. to W. migrations also though on a smaller scale. Migrations were always from a large land mass to a smaller, or from a large oceanic space to a smaller. Instances were given of