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A STUDY OF FEATHERS AND FEATHER ARRANGEMENT A STUDY
A KEY TO THE NESTS OF BIRDS
IDENTIFICATION AND LIFE HISTORY SHEETS FOR INTENSIVE
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25 or more—not Alleghanian Arctic arrival—Departure Austral zones Austroriparian zones Bachman's Bittern Black Vulture Turkey Black-throated Blackbird Blue-winged Bunting Canadian zones Carolina Chickadee Crossbill Cuckoo Curlew d—displaying plumage f—fighting Egret flock Flycatcher Gallinule Godwit Goldfinch Grackle Gray Kingbird Greater Scaup Greater Shearwater Grosbeak Grouse Gull Gull-billed Tern Gyrfalcon Harris's Harris's Hawk heard d—displaying plumage Horned Hudsonian Ibis Iceland Gull indicates one nest Irreg Jaeger Kingbird Kinglet Kite Lark Linnaeus Longspur Marsh Wren Meadowlark Murre nest containing note heard d—displaying number precedes Nuthatch Oriole Parasitic Jaeger Petrel Canada Phalarope Pine Pipit Plover Pomarine Jaeger Prairie precedes the circle Red-breasted Redpoll Ring-necked Rough-leg Ruddy Scaup Duck Semipalmated Sharp-tailed Shearwater Mute Swan Short-tailed Hawk Shrike Smooth-billed Snow Goose Song Sooty Sparrow Black Spoonbill Surf Scoter Stilt Stilt Sandpiper Subspecies and accidentals Surf Scoter Swainson's Tanager Three-toed Woodpecker Vireo Warbler Water-Thrush Waxwing White-crowned White-winged White-winged Scoter Wilson's Yellow-bellied Yellow-legs Yellow-throated yn—young in nest