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. The bird book : illustrating in natural colors more than seven hundred North American birds; also several hundred photographs of their nests and eggs . i^j^f^j 352. PERCHING BIRDS 578. Cassins Sparrows Peuccea cassi)ii. Range.—Plains and valleys from Texas and Arizonanorth to Kansas and Nevada. These birds breed in numbers on thearid plains, placing their grass nests onthe ground at the foot of small bushesor concealed in tufts of grass, and duringMay lay four pure white eggs which areof the same size and indistinguishablefrom those of others of the genus. Win;. 579- Rufous-winged Sparrow. A

. The bird book : illustrating in natural colors more than seven hundred North American birds; also several hundred photographs of their nests and eggs . i^j^f^j 352. PERCHING BIRDS 578. Cassins Sparrows Peuccea cassi)ii. Range.—Plains and valleys from Texas and Arizonanorth to Kansas and Nevada. These birds breed in numbers on thearid plains, placing their grass nests onthe ground at the foot of small bushesor concealed in tufts of grass, and duringMay lay four pure white eggs which areof the same size and indistinguishablefrom those of others of the genus. Win;. 579- Rufous-winged Sparrow. A Stock Photo
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2407 x 1038 px | 40.8 x 17.6 cm | 16 x 6.9 inches | 150dpi

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. The bird book : illustrating in natural colors more than seven hundred North American birds; also several hundred photographs of their nests and eggs . i^j^f^j 352. PERCHING BIRDS 578. Cassins Sparrows Peuccea cassi)ii. Range.—Plains and valleys from Texas and Arizonanorth to Kansas and Nevada. These birds breed in numbers on thearid plains, placing their grass nests onthe ground at the foot of small bushesor concealed in tufts of grass, and duringMay lay four pure white eggs which areof the same size and indistinguishablefrom those of others of the genus. Win;. 579- Rufous-winged Sparrow. Aimophila carpalis. Range.—Plains of western Mexico and north to southernArizona. This pale colored bird bears a remoteresemblance to the Tree Sparrow. Theynest commonly in dry arid regions, plac-ing their nests at low elevations inbushes or cacti, preferably young mes-quites, and making them of coarse grasslined with finer. Two broods arc raiseda season and from May to August setsof four or five plain bluish white eggs may be found. Bluish white

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