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Birds of the south : permanent and winter birds

Author: Charlotte Hilton Green
Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Print book : State or province government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Green, Charlotte Hilton.
Birds of the south.
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©1995
(OCoLC)645940391
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charlotte Hilton Green
ISBN: 0807845167 9780807845165
OCLC Number: 31206388
Notes: "A Chapel Hill book."
Description: xxvi, 287 pages, 32 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 22 cm
Contents: Living with the birds --
Carolina Chickadee, the acrobat of birddom --
The Tufted Titmouse --
The Nuthatch, bird jack-of-all-trades --
The Brown Creeper, the puritan of birds --
The Kinglets --
The Wrens --
The Mockingbird, the nightingale of the South --
The Brown Thrasher --
The Hermit, our only winter Thursh --
The Robin --
The Bluebird --
Our winter Warblers --
The American Pipit, or Titlark --
The Phoebe --
The Horned Larks --
The White-throated Sparrow --
The Slate-colored Junco, or Snow Bird --
The Song Sparrow, the "sweet singer" --
The Field, Fox, and Swamp Sparrows --
The Vesper and other Sparrows --
The Cardinal --
The Towhee, or Chewink --
The Goldfinch --
The Purple Finch and some cousins --
The English Sparrow, an unwelcome foreigner. The Starling, another unwelcome foreigner --
The Cedar Waxwing --
The Blackbirds --
The Meadowlark --
The Cowbird, the slacker of birddom --
The Purple Grackle --
The Blue Jay --
The Crows --
The Woodpeckers --
Downy --
The Red-headed Woodpecker --
The Flicker, the bird of many names --
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, the Tippler --
The less common Woodpeckers --
The Belted Kingfisher --
The Loggerhead Shrike, or butcher bird --
The Owls, night watchmen of our fields and gardens --
The Screech Owl --
The Barn, or "Monkey-faced" Owl --
The Barred, or "Hoot" Owl --
The Short-eared and the Long-eared Owls --
Two big owls --
The Sparrow Hawk --
Three good hawks --
Two bad hawks --
The Vultures, nature's scavengers --
The Doves --
Bob-white --
Killdeers.
Responsibility: by Charlotte Hilton Green ; with a new introduction and new appendix by Eloise F. Potter.

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