The textual counterpart to The birds of America, plates 1-100.In this manner Chuck-willa#39;s-widow spends the greater part of the night. ... A little space is carelessly scratched amongst the dead leaves, and in it the eggs, which are elliptical, dull olive, and speckled with brown, are dropped. ... with, and both parents remove them to some other part of the woods, where chance only could enable you to find them again. ... the Cow Bunting deposits her eggs, which she does, like the Common Cuckoo of Europe, one by one, in the nests of other birds, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Ornithological Biography, Or an Account of the Habits of the Birds of the United States of America|
|Author||:||John James Audubon|