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" Southern half of North America; now rare near the Atlantic coast, except in Georgia and Florida. The Southern Sandhill Crane, Common Brown or Sandhill Crane, as it is variously called, is found in the United States chiefly in the Mississippi Valley west... "
Michigan bird life: a list of all the bird species known to occur in the ... - Page 149
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
...Young with head feathered, and plumage varied with rusty-brown. Rather smaller than the last. HAB. Southern half of North America ; now rare near the Atlantic coast, except in Georgia and Florida. Eggs 2 ; light brownish-drab, marked except at the greater end with blotches of dull chocolate-brown,...
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The Code of Nomenclature and Check-list of North American Birds Adopted by ...

American Ornithologists' Union - Birds - 1886 - 392 pages
...1776, 11o. Grus mexicana RIDGW. Pr. US Nat. Mus. VIII. 1885, 356. [B 479, C —, R 583, C 670.] HAB. Southern half of North America ; now rare near the Atlantic coast, except in Georgia and Florida. SUBORDER RALLI. RAILS, GALLINULES, COOTS, ETC. FAMILY ARAMIDzE. COURLANS. 207. Aramns gigauteus (BONAP.)....
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Egg Check List and Key to the Nests and Eggs of North American Birds

Oliver Davie - Birds - 1886 - 184 pages
...this bird and the Great Blue Heron are sometimes confounded under the common name of Blue Crane. Hab. Southern half of North America; now rare near the Atlantic coast, except Georgia and Florida. 585. American Flamingo — PHCENICOPTERUS RUBER. This magnificent bird of scarlet...
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Nests and Eggs of North American Birds

Oliver Davie - Birds - 1889 - 455 pages
...species ; rather elliptical ; size 3.65x2.30. 206. Grus mexicana (MULL.) [S83-] Sandhill Crane. Hab. Southern half of North America; now rare near the Atlantic coast, except in Georgia and Florida. The Southern Sandhill Crane, Common Brown or Sandhill Crane, as it is variously called, is found in...
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The Birds of Ontario: Being a Concise Account of Every Species of Bird Known ...

Thomas McIlwraith - Birds - 1894 - 426 pages
...Young:— With head feathered, and plumage varied with rusty brown. Rather smaller than the last. HAB. — Southern half of North America; now rare near the Atlantic coast, except in Georgia and Florida. Eggs, two, light brownish-drab, marked, except at the greater end, with blotches of dull chocolate-...
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Check-list of North American Birds

American Ornithologists' Union - Birds - 1895 - 372 pages
...mexicana VIEILL. Nouv. Diet. d'Hist. Nat. XIII. 1817, 561. [B479, C— , R583, C67o.] GEOG. DIST. — Southern half of North America ; now rare near the Atlantic coast, except in Georgia and Florida. SUBORDER RALLI. RAILS, GALLINULES, COOTS, ETC. FAMILY ARAMID-2E COURLANS. GENUS ARAMUS VIEILLOT. Aramus...
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Nests and Eggs of North American Birds

Oliver Davie - Birds - 1900 - 527 pages
...minimum in a series of twenty-five specimens. 206. SANDHILL CRANE. (Irus mexicana (Mull.) Geog. Dist.— Southern half of North America; now rare near the Atlantic coast, except in Georgia and Florida. The Southern Sandhill Crane, Common Brown or Sandhill Crane, as it is variously called, is found in...
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Nests and Eggs of North American Birds

Oliver Davie - Birds - 1900 - 527 pages
...of twenty-five specimens. 206. SANDHILL CRANE. Grus mexicana, (Mull.) Geog. Dist.— Southern hall of North America; now rare near the Atlantic coast, except in Georgia and Florida. The Southern Sandhill Crane, Common Brown or Sandhill Crane, as it is variously called, is found in...
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Our feathered game: a handbook of the North American game birds

Dwight Williams Huntington - Nature - 1904 - 396 pages
...head bare but with black hairs on dull reddish skin. Length, 40 in. ; wing, 21^ in. Hab.—Southern half of North America. Now rare near the Atlantic Coast, except in Georgia and Florida. (a) Little Brown Crane {Grus canadensis). Similar to the sand-hill crane (No. n6),only smaller. Wing,...
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