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Image 69 of Museum Paper, no. 4, 1921 - including "Annotated List of the Avery Bird Collection in The Alabama Museum of Natural History" by Ernest G. Holt and "Biographical Sketch of Dr. William Cushman Avery" by Miss Mary E. Avery

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MA AVERY BIRD COLLECTION 65 _ The stomach of N0. 49, listed below, also contained County, Sepw Clb1is of beetles." "Common. Summer resident. Breeds." (1891fe). W. C. Avery. "On May third (1890), shot either a male chestnut V- C AWAY- sided warbler or a male black-throated green warbler. * W' C' VU Lost it. While trying to End it flushed A/izirostomus C((I'OZt)ZC7l8l'S from her nest. Have since flushed her three [Linnaeus). times from her nest, and have not yet found that she has carried her egg off in her mouth as Davie quotes _ Audubon as saying." (Original notes.) But Subspewi "May 10, 1891. Sent Captain Bendire an egg of the chuck-wills widow. Nest found on the bare ground 1. W. C. Avcri-i about a quarter of a mile this side of the Long Bridge, in an oak wood on the north side of the Milwood road. Bwgst "June 11, 1891. Set of eggs of A. CCl~}'0ZZ.7Z0}ZSZlS, found near the brick church on the Millwood Road; half incu- femain during bated.) Sent to Captain Chas. E. Bendire." (Original notes. il 1898, S0 the No. 34Bis. Female. Greensboro. Sept. Sl, 1879. W. C. Avery, 3 time it Wag l\lalead. Greensboro. Apr. 5*1888. XV ;C.iAvery.U _ rqo. o--. Female. Greensboro. May 28, 1890. Xl. L. Axeiy. }CLll}'C6ZlUi$1$th(r* No. 900. l\Ialehornot. Greensboro. Aug. 21}, 18!!1. Vt`. C, i visitant. AVGYY- 8. W. C. Avcr}'- _ _ W. C. Avery. 98. ANTROSTOMUS VOCIFERUS VOCIFERUS (`Wilson). W. C. Avery. Write-Poon-\\1LL. W' C` Avery "Rare. Spring and autumn migrant? (1890e), Oct. 14, 1890, the Doctor records seeing a whip-poor- (Gmelin). will "on a wooded hillside about I/Q mile north of Pine Knoll," near Greensboro. old series), ai l' 3* 187% fd? 99. Cl-IORDEILES VIRGINTANUS VIRGINIANUS (Gmeliu). l`g bl?l$', l NlGII'I`HA\VK. "BuZ/Imt." N&1H'1W&thl` "On Sept. 22, 1887. Dr. Avery "saw large flights of n the 2lDD1`02Il nighthawks late in the evening, flying south; appeared 2 it must 20 l' to be a migratory wa\e." Large numbers were recorded zs abound dur again next day. "Common. Summer resident. Breeds. Abundant flying lHSCl* during autumn migration." (1890e). ers. 3-.412

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