Symud i'r prif gynnwys

NATURE IN WALES The Quarterly Journal of the West Wales Field Society Editors W. M. UONDRY. K. M. L.OCKLEY. ti. K. H. VAUGHAN. Editorial Address :-Nature in Wales, Orielton, Pembroke. CONTENTS OF VOL. I. NUMBER 2. SUMMER, 1955 Page MARINE MAMMALS OF WEST WALES. L. Harrison Matthews. 49 SEAL CATCHING. A.L.Johnson 54 THE SEAL ADOPTION SCHEME 56 OBSERVATIONS ON MYXOMATOSIS IN WALES IN 1954. R. M. Lockley 57 THE BATS OF WALES. Michael Blackmore 63 WELSH RECORDING FOR THE B.S.B.I. DISTRIBUTION MAPS SCHEME. S. M. Walters 68 THE LAUGHARNE-PENDINE BURROWS. J. F. Thomas 72 WELSH BIRD NAMEs-Thomas Davies 75 FIELD Notes Botanical 80 Mammals 81 Birds 82 Reptiles 89 Insects 89 BOOK REVIEWS 92 CORRESPONDENCE 94 SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE 95 SOCIETY'S NOTES 100 The Editors and their Scientific Advisers endeavour to main- tain a high standard of accuracy but do not accept responsibility for the statements and opinions of the contributors to this Journal. Issued free to all Members of the West Wales Field Society. On sale price 2s. 6d.