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NATURE IN WALES The Quarterly Journal of the West Wales Field Society Editors W. M. CONDRY. R. M. LOCKLEY. H. R. H. VAUGHAN. Editorial Address :-Nature in Wales, Orielton, Pembroke. CONTENTS OF VOL. I. NUMBER 3. AUTUMN, 1955 Page THE RODENTS OF WALES. Colin Matheson III THE SAND DUNE AREAS OF CARDIGAN BAY. P. M. Benoit 116 WELSH FOREST TREES. W. A. Cadman 119 BIRD WATCHING ON RESERVOIRS. Geoffrey C. S. Ingram 124 ECTOPARASITES FROM SKOKHOLM BIRD OBSERVATORY. Gordon B. Thompson 128 WELSH BIRD NAMES. Thomas Dairies 131 FIELD Notes Botanical 134 Mammals 135 Birds 137 Insects 142 BOOK Reviews 144 ANNUAL REPORTS, ETC. 150 SOCIETY'S NOTES 151 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.