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Originally published in 1922. This volume from the Cornell University Library's print collections was scanned on an APT BookScan and converted to JPG 2000 format by Kirtas Technologies. All titles scanned cover to cover and pages may include marks notations and other marginalia present in the original volume.
Annotated list of birds of Wellesley and vicinity; comprising the land-birds and most of the inland water-fowl of eastern Massachusetts;
Cover title: Birds of Wellesly and vicinity extracted picklist
CONTENTS CHAPTER PAGE I BEYOND THE PASTURE BARS 3 II THE CRAZY FLICKER 13 III THE WILD GEESE 25 IV THE WOOD-PUSSY .......... 37 V A HOUSE OF MANY DOORS . . 47 VI WILD LIFE IN THE FARM-YARD 57 VII A SONG OF THE WINTER WOODS 71 VIII ON THE POSSUMS TRAIL 83 IX THE DANCE IN THE ALDER SWALE ... . 99 X CHICKAREE THE SCOLD . . . . . . . .111 XI A LESSON IN NATURAL HISTORY ..... 125 XII CALICO AND THE KITTENS 137 SUGGESTIONS TO TEACHER AND PUPILS . . 149 ILLUSTRATIONS Beyond the pasture bars .... Frontispiece PAGE Robin 3 Folk in scales 4 Folk in bare skins 4 Folk in fur 5 Folk in shells 6 Squirrel Bumble-bee 10 What a glorious hole for a nest there must be in there , He found himself inside an empty barn ... 19 Housekeeping for the geese is a particularly serious business 29 There . . . was a family of seven young skunks . 39 all followed her . . .41 They Tall black cormorants, great foam-white gulls . . 51 The tame turkey-hen is notorious for stealing her nest 62 The frozen winter fields 73 Upland and lowland, - . 9 16 field and wood-lot ... 75