Birds And All Nature
Vol. V, No. 3, March, 1899


The Tufted Titmouse (Species Account & Illustration)
The Squirrel's Use of His Tail (Article)
The Northern Prairie Hare (Species Account & Illustration)
Destruction of Bird Life and We Believe It (Articles)
The Pineapple (Species Account & Illustration)
The Hooded Merganser (Species Account & Illustration)
The Trumpeters (Poem)
Cloves (Species Account & Illustration)
The Woodchuck (Species Account & Illustration)
Flowers with Horns and Claws (Article)
The Common American Mole (Species Account & Illustration)
Skin (Article)
The Azalea (Species Account & Illustration)

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