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Image from page 140 of “The Oölogist for the student of birds, their nests and eggs” (1886)
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Identifier: ologistforstud371920latt
Title: The Oölogist for the student of birds, their nests and eggs
Year: 1886 (1880s)
Authors: Lattin, Frank H
Subjects: Birds Birds
Publisher: Albion, N.Y. : Frank H. Lattin
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Biodiversity Heritage Library

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io can offer any ofthe following complete volumes: Oolo-gist, 1903 to 1912 inclusive? J. WAR-REN JACOBS, Waynesburg, Pa. WANTED^Sets or singles of Hawks,crows, bluejays, sandpipers, waxwings,grackles, blackbirds, warblers in quan-tities for cash. Also Duck Hawks.KARL A. PEMBER, Woodstock, Vt. THE (( Blue-Bird Is now published monthly, theyear round, with new and inter-esting departments, features andcontests, and i At No Additional Cost toSubscribers Official Orjcan of the Cleveland BirdLovers Association. SEND 20 CTS. FOR SAMPLE COPY Annual Subscription, .00 AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE THE BLUE-BIRD/1010 Euclid Ave. CLEVELAND, OHIO NEW SUBSCRIBERS This is an appeal to each one of Onr subscribers ■to pick ont some likely young student of birds andsend him The Oologist for 1920. Surely ourolder subscribers have interest enough in spread-ing the influence of this Journal to dp this. THE OOLOGIST. r The OOlogist. BIRDS-NESTS-EGGS TAXIDERMY Vol. XXXVII. No. 8. ALBION, N. Y., Aug. 1, 1920

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THE OOLOGIST BRIBF SPJSCIAI ANN0UNCE}ME:NT6 Wanted, Exchangre, For Sale, IJtc, inserted in this department at 11 ••»!•for each 25 words for one issue; ea«h additional word 1 eent. No noilti 1*-serted for less than 25 cents. We will advertise the skins, nests, eggs, or mounted specimens of North Amer-ican Birds for sale for persons having a lawful authority under the law to dealin the same. These columns are for the use of those desiring- to make bona fideexchanges of such specimens for scientific collecting purposes only.—EDITOR. in Mtewering advertisements in these columns mentionthereiby help us, as well as the advertiser and yourself. The Oologist, and Send me the list of A 1 Bird Skins that youhave to dispose of by exchange or otherwise.R. M. BABNES. Lacon. III. ALL. PERSONS having A-1 skins inpairs of any of the North AmericanJays send list. I will pay the highestprice for those that I need. R. M.BARNES, Lacon, 111. WANTED—A pair of living Sand HillCranes A. O. U. No.

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Image from page 198 of “The Oölogist: for the student of birds, their nests and eggs” (1921)
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Identifier: ologistforstud38albi
Title: The Oölogist: for the student of birds, their nests and eggs
Year: 1921 (1920s)
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Subjects: Birds
Publisher: Albion, N.Y. : Frank H. Lattin
Contributing Library: Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Ernst Mayr Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Harvard University, Museum of Comparative Zoology, Ernst Mayr Library

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n its 28th year. 48 pages or more of readable matterwith illustrations. Indispensable to all■ictive field workers. One dollar per year, 30 cts per copy.Official Organ of THEWILSON ORNITHOLOGICAL CLUB Address A. F. GANIER, Secretary,2507 Ashwood Avenue Nashville, Tennessee T H E Blue-Bird Is now published monthly, theyear round, with new and inter-esting departments, features andcontests, and At No Additional Cost toSubscribers Official Organ of the Cleveland BirdLovers Association. SEND 20 CTS. FOR SAMPLE COPY Annual Subscription, .00 AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE THE BLUE-BIRD/ 1010 Euclid Ave. CLEVELAND, OHIO For all New Subscriptions for the year 1922 received between October 1st, 1921 and January 1st, 1922, we will mail free all issues of this magazine of 1921 ap- pearing after the date of the receipt of such subscription. A.-^ mi. cof^p. zooL LIBRARYFFR 15^ iQ^n HARVARDUNWHSiTY The mjbciST. BIRDS-NESTS-EGGS TAXIDERMY Vol. XXXVIII. No. 12. ALBION, N. Y., Deo. 1, 1921. Whole No. 416

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^•■•PiMSIBW THE OOLOGIST f^ BBIBF SPECIAL ANNOIJNCEMRNTS Wa,nted, Exchange, For Sale, Ktc, inserted in this department at 25 dontdfor each 25 words for one issue; eacli additional word 1 cent. No noUO© In-<eit.ed for less than 25 cents. We will advertise the skins, nests, eggs, or mounted specimens of North Amar-Ican Birds for sale for persons having a lawful authority under the law to dsalin the same. These columns are for the use of those desiring to make bona fideexchanges of such specimens for Bcientific collecting purposes only.—EDITOR. EGGS I will purchase for cash entire col-lections of North American Bird Skins,mounted birds and birds eggs or oddlots of the same, which I still need tocomplete my series. Send list and prices. R. M. Barnes, Lacon.^lls. wanted—Good set with data ofFaleo perregrinus anatum. Cash orexchange. H. Kirke Swann, Thorn-combe, Lyonsdown, New Barnet, Lon- don, England. WANTED—One large upright eggcabinet with large drawers, also wantbest Bu

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