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lines 44—49 score


lines 5—9 score
from End Slip annotation 5,7,8 On migration
from End Slip annotation 7 Birds not common in parts of England where not formerly known.


lines 1—7 annotation So France is not S.
from End Slip annotation 5,7,8 On migration

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lines 10—20 annotation In Ireland no

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from End Slip annotation 11 Destruction of Birds during severe winters

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from End Slip annotation & on small size of insular Birds
from End Slip annotation 16. On slight differences of Birds of Britain & Europe

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lines 12—14 score


lines 19—26 score
from End Slip annotation 21. Eggs in Holes generally white; but others white as with Wood-pigeons & exposed.


lines 2—7 score
from End Slip annotation 22. Water-birds can swim at once; & one kind of grouse can fly almost at once.


lines 1—8 score
from End Note annotation 23 S. Selection


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lines 15—24 score
from End Slip annotation 5,7,8 On migration

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from End Slip annotation 13 Protection of certain species unduly increases other species