Seabird Abstracts

The Birds of Lundy Island from 1922 to 1931,

with special reference to numerical fluctuations

Harrisson TH (1932) British Birds 25:212-219


In early June, 1930, V, C. Wynne-Edwards, J, H. Comyns and the writer visited Lundy, an island of rather over a thousand acres, lying twelve miles out in the Bristol Channel. Our primary objective was to take a bird census of the whole island, but we were able to make a number of other and more general observations. The present notes are based on these, supplemented by unpublished material kindly supplied by others who have visited the island duringthe last ten years.


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