Birds on Palma and Gomera (Canary Islands)
Summary. 1 During the summer of 1949 separate expeditions visited the islands of Palma and Gomera in the Canary Islands. 2 A survey of the birds was made, mainly of the Passerine species, to determine in which habitats they were found. 3 The distributions of some of these species is discussed and, so far as possible, accounted for. 4 Of 12 species common to Palma and Britain, five had calls which differed distinctly, while three, Fringilla coelebs, Parus caeruleus and Phyllosropus...[Show more]
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