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The home-life of the terns or sea swallows

by William Bickerton

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Published by Witherby in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementphotographed and described by W. Bickerton
SeriesBird-lover"s home-life series
The Physical Object
Pagination88 p., [16] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24596999M
OCLC/WorldCa3502453

County Ornithological Club.' The chapter on Swallows deals with the life history of the Barn and Tree Swallows, two species especially character-istic of the sea coast, and Dr. Townsend's observations will prove most interesting reading to those who have studied these . The home-life of the Osprey. Acworth, C. G. Bird and butterfly mysteries-the truth about migration. ecology of sea colony birds of the Barents Sea.] Beme, R. L. and A. larks, swallows and their allies. -. Life histories of North American jays, crows and titmice. -. .

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vermin--the Hawks and Owls; or else they are Gulls, Terns, Fishing Ducks, and a great many other kinds of sea birds who feed on fish and pick up the scraps floating on the surface of sea, lake, and river." "Do the Barn Swallows that are making nests in the hayloft go as . Its darting zigzag flight as it mounts into the air to chase a fluttering moth is suggestion of a flycatcher or a nighthawk; as it skims swiftly over the surface of the water it reminds me of a swallow; and its true relationship to the terns is shown as it hovers along over the billowy tops of a great sea of tall waving grass, dipping down.


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