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Nests and Eggs of Birds of The United States Illustrated

By Thomas G. Gentry
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  • THE NESTS AND EGGS OF BIRDS OF THE UNITED STATES.
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  • Preface.
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  • THE NESTS AND EGGS OF THE UNITED STATES.
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  • Plate I.—AMPELIS CEDRORUM, Sclater.—Cedar-Bird.
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  • Plate II.—CONTOPUS VIRENS, Cabanis.—Wood Pewee.
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  • Plate III.—MIMUS. CAROLINENSIS, Gray.—Cat-Bird.
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  • Plate IV.—ICTERUS SPURIUS, Bonaparte.—Orchard Oriole.
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  • Plate V.—TYRANNUS CAROLINENSIS, Baird.—Kingbird.
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  • Plate VI.—AGELAIUS PHOENICEUS, Vieillot.—Redwing Blackbird.
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  • Plate VII.—TROCHILUS COLUBRIS, Linaeus.—Ruby-throated Humming-bird.
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  • Plate VIII.—PIPILO ERYTHROPHTIIALMUS, Vieillot.—Towhee Bunting.
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  • Plate IX.—PICUS PUBESCENS, Linaeus.—Downy Woodpecker.
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  • Plate X.—VIREOSYLVIA OLIVACEUS, Bonaparte.—Red-eyed Vireo.
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  • Plate XI.—TRINGOIDES MACULARIUS, Gray.—Spotted Sandpiper.
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  • Plate XII.—SPIZELLA SOCIALIS, Bonaparte.—Chipping Sparrow.
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  • Plate XIII.—PYRANGA RUBRA, Vieillot.—Scarlet Tanager.
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  • Plate XIV.—HIRUNDO HORREORUM, Barton.—Barn Swallow.
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  • Plate XV.—LOPHORTYX CALIFORNICA, Bonaparte.—The Valley Quail of California.
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  • Plate XVI.—REGULUS SATRAPA, Licht.—Golden-crowned Kinglet.
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  • Plate XVII.—UTAMANIA TORDA, (Linn.), Leach.—Razor-billed Auk.
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  • Plate XVIII.—DENDROECA DISCOLOR, Baird.—Prairie Warbler.
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  • Plate XIX.—ZENAIDURA CAROLINENSIS, (Linn.) Bonaparte.—Mourning Dove.
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  • Plate XX.—TINNUNCULUS SPARVERIUS, (Lnn.) Vieillot.—Sparrow Hawk.
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  • Plate XXI.—AIX SPONSA, (Linn.) Boie.—Wood Duck; Summer Duck.
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  • Plate XXII.—PSALTRIPARUS MINIMUS, (Townsend) Bonaparte.—Least Tit.
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  • Plate XXIII.—CAPRIMULGUS VOCIFERUS, Wilson.—Whippoorwill.
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  • Plate XXIV.—PHILOHELA MINOR, (Gmel.) Gray.—American Woodcock.
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  • Plate XXV.—COLYMBUS SEPTENTRION A LIS, Linnæus.—Red-throated Diver.
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  • Plate XXVI.—POLIOPTILA CÆRULEA, (Linn.) Sclater.—Blue-gray Gnatcatcher.
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  • Plate XXVII.—PASSERINA CIRIS, (Linn.) Gray.—Nonpareil; Painted Bunting
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  • Plate XXVIII.—CERYLE ALCYON, (Linn.) Boie.—Belted Kingfisher.
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  • Plate XXIX.—BONASA UMBELLUS, (Linn.) Stephens.—Ruffed Grouse.
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  • Plate XXX.—STERNA ANTILLARUM, (Less.) Coues.—Least Tern.
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  • Plate XXXI.—SIALIA SIALIS, (Linn.) Haldem.—Eastern Bluebird
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  • Plate XXXII.—SETOPHAGA RUTICILLA, (Link.) Swainson.—American Redstart
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  • Plate XXXIII.—SCOPS ASIO, (Linn.) Bonaparte.—Mottled Owl
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  • Plate XXXIV.—RALLUS VIRGINIANUS, Linn.—Virginia Rail.
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  • Plate XXXV.—GEOTHLYPIS TRICHAS, (Linn.) Caban.—Maryland Yellow-Throat.
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  • Plate XXXVI.—SITTA CAROLINENSIS, Gmelin.—White-bellied Nuthatch
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  • Plate XXXVII.—MELEAGRIS GALLOPAVO VAR. AMERICANA, (Bartr.) Coues.—Wild Turkey.
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  • Plate XXXVIII.—CHÆTURA PELASGICA, (Linn.) Baird.—Chimney Swift.
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  • Plate XXXIX.—OXYECHUS VOCIFERUS, (Linn.) Reich.—Killdeer.
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  • Plate XL.—QUISCALUS PURPUREUS, (Bartram) Licht.—Purple Grackle.
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  • Plate XLI.—ASTRAGALINUS TRISTIS, (Linn.) Cab.—American Goldfinch
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  • Plate XLII.—BUTORIDES VIRESCENS, (Linn.) Baird.—Green Heron.
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  • Plate XLIII.—CYANOCITTA CRISTATA, (Linn.) Strickl.—Blue Jay.
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  • Plate XLIV.—TELMATODYTES PALUSTRIS, (Wils.) Baird.—Long-billed Marsh Wren.
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  • Plate XLV.—COCCYZUS AMERICANUS, (Linn.) Bp.—Yellow-billed Cuckoo.
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  • Plate XLVI.—ICTERIA VIRENS, (Linn.) Baird.—Yellow-breasted Chat.
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  • Plate XLVII.—HÆMATOPUS PALLIATUS, Temm.—American Oystercatcher.
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  • Plate XLVIII.—CATHARTES AURA, (Linn.) Illig.—Turkey Buzzard.
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  • Plate XLIX.—LOPHODYTES CUCULLATUS, (Linn.) Reich.—Hooded Sheldrake.
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  • Plate L.—PHAINOPEPLA NITENS, (Sw.) Scl.—Black-crested Flycatcher.
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