2 edition of New England feathered songsters found in the catalog.
New England feathered songsters
|Statement||by Gilbert Conant.|
|LC Classifications||QL683 .C74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||127,  p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||06029429|
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The Singing-Birds and their Songs. Wilson Flagg. No one of the New England birds is an autumnal warbler; though the song-sparrow often greets the fine mornings in October with his lays, and Author: Wilson Flagg.
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The folks at Princeton University Press have done it. I’ve been being asked for years whether an app existed that can identify bird calls and songs. Later this spring, BirdGenie will be launched by Princeton University Press — hopefully in time for the New England warbler season.
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