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Image from page 53 of "Bird notes" (1902)

Identifier: birdnotes07fore

Title: Bird notes

Year: 1902 (1900s)

Authors: Foreign Bird Club National British Bird and Mule Club

Subjects: Birds -- Periodicals Birds -- Great Britain Periodicals

Publisher: Brighton : Foreign Bird Club : National British Bird and Mule Club

Contributing Library: American Museum of Natural History Library

Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library

 

 

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by thevarious Railway Companies, etc. post HDortem IReports. (Vide Rules J. Buff Cock Canary. (Miss Gibbins). Cause of death, pneumonia.CoCKATiEr,. (Lady Helen Dunn). Cause of death, inflammation of lungs.Shama. (T.Miller). Cause of death, chronic enteritis; the bird was very emaciated.Cock Mkai.ky Roseola. (T. N. Wilson). Cause of death, acute septic enteritis.Ansivered by Post: The Hon. Mary C. Hawke. Dr. H. Hetley. H. GRAY, M.R.C.V.S. BIRD NO! :

 

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H.Goodehild.del etlith. 1 COLOMBIAN SISKIN. AS Huthimp. 2 HOODED SISKIN. Chrysomitris colcimbiana.. Chrysomitris cucullat j From living specimens in.the Zoological Gardens. All rights reserved]. [April, 190S. BIRD NOTES: THE JOURNAL OF THE FOREIGN BIRD CLUB. Siskins. By Wesley T. Page, F.Z.S. This is a large and most interesting genus, of pleasingappearance ; most of the species are of more than average meritas songsters. All of them make ideal cage birds, are equallydesirable for the aviary, and the rarer species equally so forexhibition. It has a wide range and is to be found in almost everyquarter of the globe. Dr. Bowdler Sharpe catalogues twenty-four distinct species as follows : tristis, yarelli, spinescens, sclateri,alriceps, spinoides, psaltria, mexicana, colombiana, xanlhogaster,stajnegori, 7tropygialis, atrata, spinus, barbata, icterica, notata,forreri, nigriceps, lawreneii, cucullata, thibetana, pinus, citriuelhides,mdanops, citrinella, and totta. I do not propose taking th

 

 

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