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Image 73 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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Ai1lAii iw AVERY BIRD COLLECTION 69 nzeus). 108. EMPIDONAX VIRESCENS (Vieillot). ACADIAN Fnvoaronm. 7> (1S;)O_;) I "Common. Summer resident. Breeds? (1891a). iii? t" 1i After recording an adult female taken at Greensboro, d1C;l;U{j; May 25, 1889, the Doctor noted: "This bird was incubat- >m 16 E 0 1 ing. Nest of gray moss in a shagbark tree, 12 ft. from ground; nest suspended by the rim; shallow." XV. C. Avery. V. _ XV. C. Avena No. o-18. Male. Greensboro. July 22, 1890. XV. C. Avery. ' No. o49. Female. Greensboro. July 22, 1890. XV. C. Avery. No. 573. Male. Greensboro. Aug. 141, 1890. XV. C Ayery` am). No. 597. Male. Greensboro. Aug. 22. 1890. XV. C. Avery. Ivo. 666. Female. Greensboro. Sept./11. 1890. w.'c Avery Kyo. Male. Greensboro. Sept. 23, 1890. VV. C. Avery. l l . Kyo. 40o. Female. Greensboro. Sept. 25. 1890. VV. C. Avery. W C Aww. l\o. 920. Female. Greensboro. Sept. 10, 1891. YV. C. Avery. w. o. Avery. ~. VV. C. Avery. , W. C. Avery. .. , , , . VV. C. Avery. 109. OCTOCOBIS ALPESTRIS ALPESTRIS (Linnaeus). . W. C. Avery. Hoaxno LAM;. Ummm). "Only two notes can be found in Dr. Averys catalogues concerning this species. These follow: S',, (189%). "No. 10.12 (listed below was captured from a small __1nnSbO1_O flock of six horned larks, form known as prairie; they I g V J U were feeding in the snow not forty steps from the Greens- {3 l3l 11119 -~ boro depot. The very cold weather of the season must .ymen0D121 Htl account for the presence of the horned lark so far south." 5 wg; eb Ageryk "A flock of about a dozen prairie horned larks was . . . A V9 _ _ 0. W. C. Aww, seen on the 20th and SIX of them were captured within L W_ C_ A,,,,,.,_ fifty yards of the Greensboro station." (This note fol- lowed the entry of No. 1012, listed below.) S. F. B-d, on Septeml .~i olpcstws. v e 2 f tT ii , fihinw `{x1i(llO___b__ F Ivo, 1012. Male. Greensboro. Jan. 19, 18992. W, C Ave;-v 1 .1S ,-1( t . D0. 1013. Female. Greensboro. Jan.20.1893. XV C. Avery. l\o.1014. Male. Greensboro. Jan. 20. 1893. VV Averyw No 1013, Male. Greensboro. Jan. 20. 18931. YV. (1* Avery. Sept. 20. 1890. ~ No.1010 Female Greensboro. Jan. 20. 1899. 1`VUC \yei-V In W C M vvv

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