. The illustrated natural history [microform]. Birds; Natural history; Oiseaux; Sciences naturelles. 1 f r r tf -ii-. CRAXEâf;,w... ,.;i./,-m. greyish white extends from behind the ?yes, partially down the neck on each side T1,p E; t;;;; 1%''''.'^ l-lyis soft ashen g4v,andhe primaries are" S te lot hntTrtfr ^f "''i"" ^'"'^'r'' l'""'''/!^'f'l*:' »ot only for their beauty of form and plumage, but for the extraordnuiry antics m whicli they occasionally indul-re " The Demoiselle, or Numidian Cijane, is common in many parts of Africa and has been seen m smn

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. The illustrated natural history [microform]. Birds; Natural history; Oiseaux; Sciences naturelles. 1 f r r tf -ii-. CRAXEâf;,w... ,.;i./,-m. greyish white extends from behind the ?yes, partially down the neck on each side T1,p E; t;;;; 1%''''.'^ l-lyis soft ashen g4v,andhe primaries are" S te lot hntTrtfr ^f "''i"" ^'"'^'r'' l'""'''/!^'f'l*:' »ot only for their beauty of form and plumage, but for the extraordnuiry antics m whicli they occasionally indul-re " The Demoiselle, or Numidian Cijane, is common in many parts of Africa and has been seen m smn
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. The illustrated natural history [microform]. Birds; Natural history; Oiseaux; Sciences naturelles. 1 f r r tf -ii-. CRAXEâf;,w... ,.;i./,-m. greyish white extends from behind the ?yes, partially down the neck on each side T1,p E; t;;;; 1%''''.'^ l-lyis soft ashen g4v,and\he primaries are" S te lot hntTrtfr ^f "''i"" ^'"'^'r'' l'""'''/!^'f'l*:' »ot only for their beauty of form and plumage, but for the extraordnuiry antics m whicli they occasionally indul-re " The Demoiselle, or Numidian Cijane, is common in many parts of Africa and has been seen m smne portions of Asia and occasionally in Eastern Euroi>e. Ti,e ni )v 11 of this beautiful bird are generally slow and graceful, with a certain air of d It is seized with a ht of eccentricity, and puts itself through a series of most absurd "anibo'^ TnH , f 1 f ⢠"^^y.so">^'times be seen performing these antics in the Zoological h-f. ic ; i,on V â¢'' '"'7 f 1!"^'?« ]'' Its habits, and. like the parrot, will seldom ])erfbrm its tucks wlien it is most desired to do so. of ihl tnViP' T'""^ ^'â¢'^' ^Kf'^^ ^f *T "^ t^'" ^°'^'"^S V^immc^c, and the delicate greys of to Sn ? ' l'*'^"r "^^"'.? :^'f 1^ ^'''^^ other in a very agreeable manner. The general tiiit of he i^un age is blue-grey, taking a more leaden tone on the head and n^ck. and ollbnnir Lornll flT ? tI'' ^ '? 'T'y"'^'}^'' '''-^''^''' 'â ^«""^S- <«'"^ velvety black, wl.ici. decorate the head. Ihere is also a tuft of long flowing plumes of a deep black gvey,. 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.. Wood, J. G. (John George), 1827-1889. London : Routledge, Warne, and Routledge

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