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Black-billed Cuckoo | John James Audubon's Birds of America

I have not met with this species in the State of Louisiana more than half a dozen times; nor indeed have I seen it at all in the Western States, excepting that of Ohio, where I have occasionally observed an individual, apparently out of its usual range. Some of these individuals were probably bound for the Upper Lakes. The woody sides of the sea are the places to which this

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Fork-tailed Flycatcher | John James Audubon's Birds of America

In the end of June, 1832, I observed one of these birds a few miles below the city of Camden, New Jersey, flying over a meadow in pursuit of insects, after which it alighted on the top of a small detached tree, where I followed it and succeeded in obtaining it. The bird appeared to have lost itself: it was unsuspicious, and paid no attention to me as I approached it. While on

Lathyrus Latifolius, 2014, by Penelope GottliebA Twist on Audobon’s ‘Birds of America’ in New Paintings by Penelope Gottlieb

When ranking the world’s most valuable books, it’s been said that copies of naturalist-adventurer John James Audubon’s The Birds of America would cons...

Mountain Mocking bird and Varied Thrush | John James Audubon's Birds of America

Read more about these species in our Bird Guide: Sage Thrasher, Varied Trush This interesting and hitherto unfigured species was procured on the Rocky Mountains by Mr. TOWNSEND, who forwarded a single specimen to Philadelphia, where I made a drawing of it. The following notice by Mr.

John James Audubon's Birds of America | Audubon

I have met with this species in every portion of the Southern and Western States, where, however, it is seen only in the early part of spring and in autumn, on its passage to and from its summer residence. In South Carolina it arrives about the 25th of March, and becomes more abundant in April; but it has left that country by the 10th of May. During its stay there, it keeps in

John James Audubon's Birds of America | Audubon

Delicate in form, beautiful in plumage, and graceful in its movements, I never see this interesting Heron, without calling it the Lady of the Waters. Watch its motions, as it leisurely walks over the pure sand beaches of the coast of Florida, arrayed in the full beauty of its spring plumage. Its pendent crest exhibits its glossy tints, its train falls gracefully over a well

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