Birds of Nebraska: Newspaper Accounts, 1854-1923

W.S. Phillips. October 14, 1893. Forest and Stream 41(15): 316. Bird notes only transcribed.

Natural History

A White Rattlesnake

All the birds except bluejays have left this section for the south. A few meadow larks still remain, and a few woodpeckers, including the golden and the "sapsucker," both of which remain here all winter in company with the robins and some of the titmouse family. Of late years I notice numerous specimens of different species which were almost entirely unknown ten years ago, among them the butcher bird, Virginia rail, woodcock and bobolink. El Comancho.

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