. The American farmer. A complete agricultural library, with useful facts for the household, devoted to farming in all its departments and details. all.Mr. C. G. Jlaynard, of Ipswich, Mass., who in his investigations has opened the stomachsof more than three thousand birds in order to ascertain the nature of their food, mentions thefollowing number of birds which devour the canker-worm and the larvae of other injuriousinsects: Red-eyed vireo, song sparrow, chickadee, scarlet tanager, robin, black-billed cuckoo,wood peewee, le^st peewee, Wilsons thrush, black and white creeper, blue yellow-back

. The American farmer. A complete agricultural library, with useful facts for the household, devoted to farming in all its departments and details. all.Mr. C. G. Jlaynard, of Ipswich, Mass., who in his investigations has opened the stomachsof more than three thousand birds in order to ascertain the nature of their food, mentions thefollowing number of birds which devour the canker-worm and the larvae of other injuriousinsects: Red-eyed vireo, song sparrow, chickadee, scarlet tanager, robin, black-billed cuckoo,wood peewee, le^st peewee, Wilsons thrush, black and white creeper, blue yellow-back Stock Photo
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. The American farmer. A complete agricultural library, with useful facts for the household, devoted to farming in all its departments and details. all.Mr. C. G. Jlaynard, of Ipswich, Mass., who in his investigations has opened the stomachsof more than three thousand birds in order to ascertain the nature of their food, mentions thefollowing number of birds which devour the canker-worm and the larvae of other injuriousinsects: Red-eyed vireo, song sparrow, chickadee, scarlet tanager, robin, black-billed cuckoo,wood peewee, le^st peewee, Wilsons thrush, black and white creeper, blue yellow-backed war-bler, Maryland yellow-throat, Nashville warbler, golden-crowned thrush, chestnut-sided war-bler, yellow warbler, black and yellow warbler, prairie warbler, black-polled warbler, Canadawarbler, redstart, cedar bird, cat bird, purple finch, white-winged cross-bill, chipping sparrow,indigo bird, red-winged blackbird, cow blackbird, bobolink, Baltimore oriole. The sameauthority says: Probably this list may be increased. Besides these birds, those specieswhich occur in orchards during autumn and winter, such as the ruby-crowned wren, brown. Baltimore Oriole {Icterus Baltimort).

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