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" ... tertials, white; sides, chestnut, black-barred. Female. Smaller; head and neck, brown; chin whitish; back and sides, dark-brown, the feathers with paler edges; white on the wing less; bill, reddish at base below. Length, 17.50-19.00; wing, 7.50-7.90;... "
Michigan bird life: a list of all the bird species known to occur in the ... - Page 76
by Walter Bradford Barrows, Michigan State University. Dept. of Zoology - 1912 - 822 pages
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Journal and Proceedings of the Hamilton Association: 1882-1886

Hamilton Association - Science - 1884
...dark-brown, the feathers with paler edges ; white on the wing less, bill reddish at base below. HAB. North America generally, south to Mexico and Cuba, breeding nearly throughout its range. Nest in a hole in a tree or stump. Eggs, six to eight, buff or dark cream color. This beautiful little...
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The Code of Nomenclature and Check-list of North American Birds Adopted by ...

American Ornithologists' Union - Birds - 1886 - 392 pages
...1758, 129. Lophodyies eueullatus REICHENBACH, Syst. Av. 1852, p. ix. [B 613, C 523, R 638, C745.] HAB. North America generally, south to Mexico and Cuba, breeding nearly throughout its range. SUBFAMILY ANATIN-ffi. RIVER DUCKS. GENUS ANAS LINN^US. Anas LINN. SN ed. 10, I. 1758, 122. Type, A....
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The Birds of Ontario: Being a Concise Account of Every Species of Bird Known ...

Thomas McIlwraith - Birds - 1894 - 426 pages
...brown, the feathers with paler edges; white on the wing less; bill, reddish at base below. HAB. North America generally, south to Mexico and Cuba, breeding nearly throughout its range. Nest, in a hole in a tree or stump, warmly lined with soft grass, feathers and down. Eggs, six to eight,...
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Check-list of North American Birds

American Ornithologists' Union - Birds - 1895 - 372 pages
...Lophodytes cucullatus REICHENBACH, Syst. Av. 1852, p. ix. [B 613, C 523, R 638, C 745.] GEOG. DIST. North America generally, south to Mexico and Cuba,...breeding nearly throughout its range. Casual in Europe. SUBFAMILY ANATIN.2E. RIVER DUCKS. GENUS ANAS LINNAEUS. Anas LINN. SN ed. 10, I, 1758, 122. Type, A....
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Report, Volume 22

Indiana. Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources - Geology - 1897 - 8 pages
...reddish at base below. Length, 17.50-19.00; wing, 7.50-7.90; culmen, 1.50; tarsus, 1.251.30. RANGE. North America, generally, south to Mexico and Cuba, breeding nearly throughout its range. Nest, in hollow trees or stumps, made of leaves or grasses, lined with down. Eggs, 6-18; pearly-white;...
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An ecological survey of Isle Royale, Lake Superior

Charles Christopher Adams, Henry Allan Gleason, Otto McCreary, Max Minor Peet, University of Michigan. University Museum, Michigan. Geological Survey - Animal Ecology - 1909 - 468 pages
...Harbor, which might have been raised here. 5. Lophodytcs ciicullatm (131). Hooded Merganser. Range : North America generally, south to Mexico and Cuba, breeding nearly throughout its range. Stations: Lake Superior (Rock Harbor), I, 1. Sumner Lake, III, 5. Breeding: Young observed July 27....
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