Ornithological Notes from the South

@article{MerriamOrnithologicalNF,
  title={Ornithological Notes from the South},
  author={C H Merriam},
  journal={The American Naturalist},
  volume={8},
  pages={6 - 9}
}
  • C. Merriam
  • Published 1 January 1874
  • Biology
  • The American Naturalist

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AEgialitis vociferus Cassin (Kildeer), not common. Philohela minor Gray (American Woodcock), rare. Tringoides macularius Gray
Brown Creeper), rather common. 2 spns
  • Certhia Americana Bonap
Carolina Wren), not common. 2 spns. Geothlypis trichas Cab. (Maryland Yellow-throat), not common. 1 spn. Dendrceca coronata Gray (Yellow-rumped Warbler), very common
Jarolinensis Gmelin (White-bellied Nuthatch), not common. 2 spns. Sitta pusilla Latham (Brown-headed Nuthatch), rare. 2 spns
March 21st, rare. 1 spn. Stelgidopteryx serripennis Baird (Rough-winged Swallow), arrd
Pine-creeping Warbler), arrd
Red-winged Blackbird), not common. 1 spn. Sturnella magna Sw. (Meadow Lark), not common. Cyanura cristata Sw
  • Agelheus phoeniceus Vieill
Redbird), common. 6 spns
  • Cardinalis Virginianus Bonap