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Naturevolume 71pages418419 (1905) | Download Citation



THIS daily journal of an observant field-naturalist may be heartily welcomed by every lover of country life and country scenes. It is true the style is somewhat scrappy and staccato, but this is to a great extent unavoidable in a work of this nature, and is, after all, no great drawback, although we think it might have been somewhat modified during the revision for press. Mr. Robinson, who is already no stranger to the reading public, has the good fortune to be a resident in Norfolk, the county par excellence of redundant bird-life and of enthusiastic bird-lovers; and he is therefore practically assured of a number of sympathetic readers, for every dweller in Norfolk likes to be acquainted with all that is written about his own district.


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