Positions of Birds' Nests in Hedges

@article{HORWOODPositionsOB,
  title={Positions of Birds' Nests in Hedges},
  author={A. R. HORWOOD},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={82},
  pages={279-280}
}
LIEUT.-COLONEL TULL WALSH'S observations as to the positions of nests (NATURE, December 16) are interesting, as they tally with the aspect of arboreal cryptogams, as already noted by me. South-west winds depositing sulphurous and nitrous products to leeward of towns cause lichens and mosses to flourish best on the eastern side of trees and hedges; and… CONTINUE READING