Michigan Bird Life: A List of All the Bird Species Known to Occur in the State Together with an Outline of Their Classification and an Account of the Life History of Each Species, with Special Reference to Its Relation to Agriculture. With Seventy Full-page Plates and One Hundred and Fifty-two Text Figures. Special Bulletin of the Dept. of Zoology and Physiology of the Michigan Agricultural College
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abundant Adult female Adult male America Ann Arbor April August average Barn Swallow beetles belly bill bird blackish Bonap breast breeding brownish buffy chestnut Chipping Sparrow color common coverts Crow crown culmen Detroit dusky eggs entirely feathers flocks Flycatcher frequently Gibbs grasses gray grayish Grosbeak ground Horned Lark House Wren Huron inches Ingham county insects iris brown July June Kalamazoo Kalamazoo county Lake Lake Huron Linn Lower Peninsula Mackinac Island Marquette county Michigan middle migration nest northern northward notes numbers occasionally Oologist Ottawa county pair percent plumage pure white rarely records Ridgway rump season seeds seen September sexes alike sides similar song southern Sparrow species specimen Spectacle Reef Light spotted stomachs streaked stripe summer resident Swales Synonyms tail-coverts tail-feathers taken TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION throat Thrush tips top of head trees Upper Peninsula usually Vireo Warbler whitish wing-bars wings and tail Wood Wren yellow yellowish young