SOME MIGRATORY BIRDS WINTERING IN SOUTH DAKOTA

Eliwood C. Perisho
1906 School Science and Mathematics  
MIGRATORY BIRDS 225 would, certainly furnish very useful information and. incidentally stimulate the interest of those enlisting in the undertaking. It is, of course, readily apparent that practically daily observations should, be made in order that the actual date of first arrival be known and also that data on merely a few best known birds, as the catbird, kingbird, purple martin, etc., will be useful as far as they go. To. all who will undertake such an exchange of data the writer, on.
more » ... t, will furnish blanks for monthly reports on which are printed the names of 131 species, and which are so ruled as to minimize the effort necessary to make the record. FRANK SMITH,
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