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All About The Raven
Origin Of The Raven And The Macaw Zuni Creation Myth
The Lark In The Meadow
The Red-headed Woodpecker In Cap Of Red
All About The Woodpecker
The Song Of The Merry Lark
All About The Barn Swallow
Comes north about first or second week in April. Remains until late
September or October--builds and travels in flocks or companies--winters
in South or Central America.
Song--a constant twitter.
Head and upper parts except forehead steel blue--tail feathers marked
with white--forehead and throat clear chestnut colour--chest and lower
body paler chestnut.
Food--chiefly insects caught while on the wing.
Nest--built chiefly of mud--chooses under eaves or cavelike places for
building--mud mixed with grasses and (one authority also asserts) a
sticky saliva from the bird's mouth.
Eggs--white, tinted a delicate rose, and speckled finely with brown and
purple.--Two or three broods in a season.
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