A Catalogue of the Birds of New Brunswick

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Page 53 - But neither rule is invariable, for of a very large number of specimens examined in the Saint John market during several seasons, numerous examples were found of all possible combinations of these points of difference. I have not had an opportunity to compare specimens of the lighter colored birds with types of the Rocky Mountain race, but think it not improbable that both the Brown and Gray varieties are represented here, with numerous hybrids. FAMILY ARDEID^E. THE HERONS. 134 GREAT BLUE HERON....
Page 27 - ... is found in Florida, I take it that it keeps the Calopogon company westward. I have seen specimens of this Pogonia from Japan, and should think it would appeal strongly to the native artists as a subject for caricature or realistic treatment, but as yet I have not recognized it on any vase or fan. In the Proceedings of the Boston Society of Natural History (Vol.
Page 66 - Section A" being restricted to species which occur in St. John and King's Counties; while "Section B" embraces ' ' species which have not been observed in Saint John or King's Counties but which occur in other parts of the Province." The former division treats of a region to which the author has evidently paid special attention, and the text, being mainly based on his personal observations or investigations, includes many interesting and several important notes and records. . . Section B is almost...

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