The Birds of North America
One hundred and nineteen artistic colored plates representing the different species and varieties
Drawn and colored from nature
Including a copious text giving a popular account of their habits and characteristics, based on observations made in the field by the most eminent writers on ornithology
Prefaced by a systematic table and index to page, plate and figure
Arranged according to the classification adopted by The American Ornithologists' Union
Jacob H. Studer
Editor and Proprietor
New York, USA
Published under the auspices of The Natural Science Association of America.
M. DCCC. XCV.
Copyright, 1888, By Jacob H. Studer, New-York. All Rights Reserved.
Pl. XLI. (Red-Breasted Sandpiper, Ash-Colored Sandpiper, Gray-Back, Robin-Snipe, or Knot. (Tringa canutus.)) (B7-D-119)
Pl. VII. (1 - The Green Heron, 2 - Cat Bird, 3 - Maryland Yellow Throat. (Ardea--Butorides virescens.)) (B7-D-103)
Pl. IX. (1+2 - Wood Thrush, 3+4 - Yellow Bellied Woodpecker, 5 - Scarlet Tanager, Woodcock (Philohela minor.)) (B7-D-104)
Pl. IV. (1 - Male Rail, 2 - Female Rail, 3 - Virginia Rail, 4 - Male Song Sparrow, 5 - Female Song Sparrow, 6 - Male Marsh Wren, 7 - Female Marsh Wren. (Crex carolinus.)) (B7-D-101)