Image from page 160 of “The Oölogist for the student of birds, their nests and eggs” (1886)
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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ss W. LEE CHAMBERS, Eus. Manager, Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, Cal. REA D Blue-Bird Published in co-operation withthe Cleveland Bird-LoversAssociation, and devoted to Bird Study andConservation .50 a Year 15 Cents a Copy AGENTS WANTED NO FREE COPIES AddressEDITOR BLUE-BIRD, Dept. R.1010 Euclid Ave. CLEVELAND, OHIO 19 18THE OOLOGIST During the year 1918 The Oologist will be better than ithas ever been and it is now the only medium for the exchange ofspecimens and interchange of observations between the Oolgistsin North America. If you are interested in their birds, their nests or eggs, or engaged in making a collection of any or either of these, or in any manner connected with any public Institution, Museum orCollege, you should subscribe, and subscribe at once. Rates 50c per annum, which includes one free advertisement. Address The Oologist, Lacon, Illinois. The Oologist. BIRDS-NESTS-EGGS TAXIDERMY JUL5 Vol. XXXV. No. 7. ALBION, N. Y., July 1, 1918. Wholk No. 372 IT. **tu ?_J> * 4V
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TRUMPETER SWAN.This bird, one of a very few remaining specimens, is loaned by the Editor tothe National Zoological Park in the grounds at Washington, D. C. THE OOLOGIST BRIEF SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Wanted, Exchange, For Sale, Etc., inserted in this department at 25 eentsfor each 25 words for one ismue; each additional word 1 cent. No notice in-serted for less than 25 cents. We will not advertise the skins, nests, eggs, or mounted specimens i7T~North American Birds for sale. These, columns are for the use of those desiringto make bona fide exchanges of such specimens for scientific collecting purpo-ses only.—EDITOR. in answering advertisements in these columns mention The Oologist,thereby help us, as well as the advertiser and yourself. and hi mr Send me the list of A 1 Bird Skins that youhave to dispose of by exchange or otherwise.R.M.BARNES, Lacon, 111. FOR EXCHANGE—A large list of Al NorthAmerican species of skins for specimensneeded in my collection. C. W. CHAMBER-LAIN, 36 Linco
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