How to Name the Birds; A Pocket Guide to All the Land Birds and to the Principal Water Fowl Normally Found in the New England States, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersery, for the Use of Field Ornithologists

How to Name the Birds; A Pocket Guide to All the Land Birds and to the Principal Water Fowl Normally Found in the New England States, New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersery, for the Use of Field Ornithologists

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1904 edition. Excerpt: ... 184. Brown Creeper; 5; Mass. and northward, and in mts. of Pa., regularly. 201. Shore Lark; 7-7; Ad'r'ks, not uncommoa 186. Winter Wren; 4; on northern edge, and in mts. of Pa., regularly. 185. Pine Finch; 4; on northern edge (exceptionally in Mass.), and in mts. of Pa., regularly. 191. Snow-bird; 6-6; on northern edge, and in mts. of Pa., regularly; said to breed on Mt Wachusett, Mass. 199. Canada Nuthatch; 4-5; Ad'r'ks, and in mts. of Pa., regularly. 196. Common Crossbill; 6; on northern edge, and in mts. of Pa., regularly. 197. White-winged Crossbill; 6; on northern edge, and in mts. of Pa., regularly; rare. 187. Butcher-bird; 9-10; on northern edge, regularly. 195. Pine Grosbeak; 8-9; on northern edge, regularly. 193. Hudsonian Chickadee; 5; on northern edge, regularly. 202. Golden-crowned Kinglet; 4-4; on northern edge, regularly. Migrant Birds Found Regularly or Occasionally in Summer In Pa. 169. Mourning Warbler; 5-5; in mts., regularly. 161. Black-throated Blue Warbler; 5; in mts., regularly. 150. Olive-backed Thrush 7-7)i; in mts., occasionally. 151. Hermit Thrush; 7-7; in mts., occasionally. 171. Black-and-yellow Warbler; 5; in mts., occasionally. 175. Yellow-rumped Warbler; 5; in mts., occasionally. 156. Bronzed Grackle; 12-13; W Pa., regularly. 162. Wild Pigeon; 16; occasionally. 178. American Snipe j 10; occasionally. SUMMER GROUP. WATER BIRDS. In sub-groups, according to general habitat. 119. UPLAND PLOVER. Blackish Pale rufous, black-streaked. 12. Bill, yellow; above, blackish, speckled with white or tawny; tail, orange-brown, dark-barred, white-tipped; upper breast and sides, black-streaked. In uplands and meadows; a " game-bird;" nest, of straw or grass, on ground; eggs, 4, clay-colored or creamy, spotted. 120....show more

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  • Paperback | 26 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 1mm | 68g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236514351
  • 9781236514356