. Bird-lore . Mall zu handhaben. Ich konnte nicht wieder gehen, aber mein Freund berichtet, dass die ganze Familie von acht Jungen das Nest verlassen hat und sehr gesund aussehende kleine Vögel waren. Dieses Nest lag am Waldrand bei Verona, N. J. während der zwei Wochen Urlaub in Fredon, Sussex Co., N. Y., fand ich twelvene&ts, eine Liste davon folgt. ^ Alle bis auf drei wurden auf einem Bauernhof gefunden. Ein Robins nisten, ein Ei enthalten. Verlassen wegen unbekanntem Grund. Zwei Feldsperlinge Nester.jedes enthielt junge, almostvoll ausgewachsene Vögel. Ein Nest hadan unfruchtbares Ei in ihm. Ein Scheune Schwalben Nest, enthält vier Eier
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. Bird-lore . mall to handle. I was not able to go again, but my friend reports that the whole family of eight young left the nest, and were very healthy-looking little birds. This nest was situated on the edge of a woods at Verona, N. J. During the two weeks vacation at Fredon, Sussex Co., N. Y., I found twelvene&ts, a list of which follows. ^ All but three were found on a farm. One Robins nest, contain-ing one egg. Deserted for un-known cause. Two Field Sparrows nests.Each contained young, almostfull-grown birds. One nest hadan unfertile egg in it. One Barn Swallows nest, containing four eggs. Two Red - winged Black-birds nests, each with foureggs. Both nests were brokenup. One was entirely emptyand the other contained theshells of the eggs. I could notfind out the cause of thisdouble tragedy. Two House Wrens nests.Both of these were in fence-posts. I caught one bird withA xt-^ttct:- , „t, t^xt ^xt^ the camera just as it was A HOUSE WREN ENTERING ITS NEST . ^ IN A FENCE-POST entering the nest.. First Efforts at Bird Photographiy 91 Two Chipping Sparrows nests. One was in an unusual place, on the limbof a Norway spruce that projected over the porch roof. I got some very goodphotographs of this family, which consisted of the parents and three young.The young were hatched on June 6, and they left the nest on June 15. One Kingbirds nest, containing three eggs, was on a limb of a willow treethat extended over a pond about ten feet. The nest itself was three feetabove the water. One Flickers nest. I could not determine the number of young in thisnest, but I knew they were there by their hissing at a shadow over the entranceto the nest. This year the Bobolink appeared in the neighborhood of Fredon for thefirst time in at least four years, if not more. Of all the songs of birds I have heard, I like the Bobolinks the best.