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Scottish Natural History

Nature volume 85, page 336 (12 January 1911) | Download Citation

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I SEE that NATURE of December 29, 1910, refers to two statements made before a natural history society by Mr. Symington Grieve, viz.:— (1) That half a century ago white-tailed eagles were more abundant than golden eagles, or words to that effect. (2) That Mr. Grieve is of the opinion that wild cats are on the increase in Scotland owing to the instructions issued by proprietors and factors for their protection.

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  1. Dunipace, Larbert, Stirlingshire, N.B., December 29, 1910.

    • T. A. HARVIE BROWN

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