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" Northern North America; south in winter to New York, Illinois and Utah ; breeding from the Gulf of St. Lawrence northward and south in the Rocky Mountains to Colorado; Greenland; Iceland; accidental in Europe. "
Michigan bird life: a list of all the bird species known to occur in the ... - Page 99
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
...red. Length 19-22 ; wing, 9-10. The female can probably not be distinguished from the preceding. HAS. Northern North America, south in winter to New York,...northward, and south in the Rocky Mountains to Colorado. Dr. Gamier, who resides at Lucknow, near the south end of Lake Huron, reports having found this species...
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The Code of Nomenclature and Check-list of North American Birds Adopted by ...

American Ornithologists' Union - Birds - 1886 - 392 pages
...Glaucionetta islandica STEJN. Pr. US Nat. Mus. VIII. 1885, 409. [B 594, C 506, R 619, C 726.] HAB. Northern North America, south in winter to' New York,...south in the Rocky Mountains to Colorado ; Greenland ; Iceland. GENUS CHARITONETTA STEJ. \EGER. Charitonetta STEJN. Orn. Expl. Kamtsch. 1885, 163. Type,...
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Egg Check List and Key to the Nests and Eggs of North American Birds

Oliver Davie - Birds - 1886 - 184 pages
...northern North America, and is found in winter as far south as New York, Illinois and Utah. It breeds from the Gulf of St. Lawrence northward, and south in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. It ma)' be known by the large triangular white spot before the eye running up to a point,...
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Nests and Eggs of North American Birds

Oliver Davie - Birds - 1889 - 455 pages
...2.55 long by 1.70 to 1.78 broad. 152. Glaueionetta islandica (GMEL.) [619.] Barrow's Golden-eye. Hab. Northern North America, south in winter to New York, Illinois and Utah. Greenland; Iceland. The Rocky Mountain Garrot, or Golden-eye, is almost exclusively a North American...
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The Birds of Ontario: Being a Concise Account of Every Species of Bird Known ...

Thomas McIlwraith - Birds - 1894 - 426 pages
...Length, H(-'22; wing. !l-lO. The female can proliably not be distinguished from the preceding. HAU. Northern North America, south in winter to New York,...the Gulf of St. Lawrence northward, and south in the Kocky Mountains to Colorado. Nest and eggs, like the preceding. Dr. Garnier, who resides at Lncknow,...
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Check-list of North American Birds

American Ornithologists' Union - Birds - 1895 - 372 pages
...Glaucionetta islandica STEJN. Pr. US Nat. Mus. VIII. 1885, 409. [B 594, C 506, R 619, C 726.] GEOG. DIST. Northern North America, south in winter to New York,...south in the Rocky Mountains to Colorado ; Greenland ; Iceland. Accidental in Europe. GENUS CHARITONETTA STEJNEGER. Charitonetta STEJN. Orn. Expi. Kamtsch....
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Nests and Eggs of North American Birds

Oliver Davie - Birds - 1900 - 527 pages
...long by 1.70 to 1.78 broad. 152. BARROW'S GOLDEN-EYE. Gluucionetta wlandica (Gmel.) Geog. Dist. Northern North America, south in winter to New York, Illinois and Utah. Greenland; Iceland. The Rocky Mountain Garrot, or Golden-eye, is almost exclusively a North American...
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The birds of Ohio: a complete scientific and popular description ..., Volume 2

William Leon Dawson - Birds - 1902 - 671 pages
...and Eggs like those of preceding species. Av. of eggs, 2.47 x 1.77 ( 62.7 x 45.). General Range. Northern North America; south in winter to New York,...south in the Rocky Mountains to Colorado; Greenland; Iceland; accidental in Europe. Range in Ohio. Rare winter visitor. THIS perpetuated accident of...
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The Birds of Ohio: A Complete, Scientific and Popular Description ..., Volume 2

William Leon Dawson, Lynds Jones - 1903
...and Eggs like those of preceding species. Av. of eggs, 2.47 x 1.77 ( 62.7 x 45.). General Range. Northern North America; south in winter to New York,...south in the Rocky Mountains to Colorado: Greenland; Iceland; accidental in Europe. Range in Ohio. Rare winter visitor. THIS perpetuated accident of...
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