British Wildlife 13.3 February 2002

Through a naturalist’s eyes

"Over the many years during which I, and my father before me, contributed Nature Notes in the Daily Telegraph, probably the most frequent query from readers was about birds tapping, or attacking, windows. The usual story is that of a bird persistently tapping on the glass with its bill, several times a day and over a period of days or weeks."

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