. Popular official guide to the New York Zoological Park. New York Zoological Park. XEW YORK ZOOLOGICAL PARK. 151. JULFHU;-"; cr.!=:#Ty:p cockatoo. TOCO toucan. sary to quarter that species â n-itli other birds alntudautly able to defend themselves against its attacks. On the northern side of the Main Hall there will be found a very interesting group of Cuban birds, another of birds of the Bahamas, a fair-sized collection of Finches. Weavers. Canaries. Trogons. and other small species of foreign lands. Here also is the rare and beatitiftilly-plumed Greater Bird of Paradise. â¢. P^:'id:Si

. Popular official guide to the New York Zoological Park. New York Zoological Park. XEW YORK ZOOLOGICAL PARK. 151. JULFHU;-"; cr.!=:#Ty:p cockatoo. TOCO toucan. sary to quarter that species â n-itli other birds alntudautly able to defend themselves against its attacks. On the northern side of the Main Hall there will be found a very interesting group of Cuban birds, another of birds of the Bahamas, a fair-sized collection of Finches. Weavers. Canaries. Trogons. and other small species of foreign lands. Here also is the rare and beatitiftilly-plumed Greater Bird of Paradise. â¢. P^:'id:Si Stock Photo
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. Popular official guide to the New York Zoological Park. New York Zoological Park. XEW YORK ZOOLOGICAL PARK. 151. JULFHU;-"; cr.!=:#Ty:p cockatoo. TOCO toucan. sary to quarter that species â n-itli other birds alntudautly able to defend themselves against its attacks. On the northern side of the Main Hall there will be found a very interesting group of Cuban birds, another of birds of the Bahamas, a fair-sized collection of Finches. Weavers. Canaries. Trogons. and other small species of foreign lands. Here also is the rare and beatitiftilly-plumed Greater Bird of Paradise. â¢. P^:'id:Si:j jpcd, : . The visitor is reminded tliat for all cages that contain more than one Sf>ecies. the picture labels qniekly furnish a key for identitication of each. In the Glass Cotirt and aronnd it. the Curator of Birds. 'Sir. C. William Beebe. has scored a gratifying success in the installation of the Order F>j.c.>-!-cj. The birds are ar- ranged by Families, and J.7 of t!:c ticcaty-OKC fj:}:i:!cs of ojstc'i: S'oi-tii A:::o'-:ooi: !-0'-c!::>ig birds arc ycrroscr.ttd. These Families are as follows : Flycatchers. Swallows. Wrens. Mockingbirds and Catbirds. Thrtishes. Kinglets. Vireos. Waxwings. Shrikes. Chickadees, Xtithatches. Brown Creepers. Warblers. Pipits. Horned Larks. Sparrows. Honey Creepers. Tanagers. Blackbirds and Orioles. English Starling. Crows and Jays. It is only those who have attempted to form and install stich a collection who can appreciate the effort which that collection has cost, or the dil!iculties in- volved in the maintenance of so larsre a utimber of insect-. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. New York Zoological Park; Hornaday, William Temple, 1854-1937; New York Zoological Society. New York New York Zoological Society

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