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Bull, From hummingbird to eagle
Bull, Wm. Perkins, From hummingbird to eagle : an account of North American birds which appear or have appeared in the County of Peel , Toronto : The Perkins Bull Foundation, George J. McLeod Ltd., 1936.

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Pages
1 [Series title page]
2 Other works by Wm. Perkins Bull
frontispiece Illustration: Wm. Perkins Bull
Title page
4 [Copyright statement]
5 [Dedication]
7 Illustrations: Keddy, Romia, Matthew, Scottie, W.P. (Symons), W.P. (Gunnery), Tom, Sammie, John, Sarah, Michael.
8 Illustration: George Jeffrey Bull
9 Birthday record
10 Illustration
11 Table of contents
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14 [Note on] Illustrations
15 Author's foreword
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18 Why we should study birds
facing 18 Illustration: Ernest Thompson Seton
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21 Letter to the author
22 A note to readers
facing 22 Illustration: Jack Miner
23 Part I : Birds in history and economic life
24 Illustration: Ruby-throated hummingbird
25 Chapter I : Palestine and Peel
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facing 26 Illustrations: Bird haunts
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37 Chapter II : Birds of pioneer days
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facing 38 Illustrations: Cedar waxwing; American goldfinch
facing 39 Illustrations: Scarlet tanager; Black-capped chickadee & Mountain chickadee
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facing 42 Illustrations: Ruby-throated humming bird; Passenger pigeon
facing 43 Illustrations: Blue jay; Arctic horned owl & Dusky horned owl
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facing 46 Illustration: Dr. J. M. McKay with part of his bird collection
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52 Chapter III : Birds and their habits
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facing 64 Illustration: Love-birds
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66 Chapter IV : The economic value of birds
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73 Part II : Individual birds
74 Illustration
75 Introductory
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77 Loons
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79 Grebes
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82 Albatrosses ; Shearwaters, etc.
facing 82 Illustrations: Loon; Pied-billed grebe
facing 83 Illustrations: Great blue heron; Black-crowned night heron
83 Cormorants
84 Herons and Egrets
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88 Bitterns
89 Sieve-billed swimmers
90 Swans
facing 90 Illustrations: The author and Jack miner
91 Geese
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94 Surface-feeding ducks
facing 94 Illustrations: Golden-eye and Barrow's golden-eye; Red-breasted merganser
facing 95 Illustrations: Sharp-shinned hawk; Goshawk
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98 Diving ducks
facing 98 Illustrations: Widgeon or baldpate; Blue-winged teal & green-winged teal
facing 99 Illustrations: Wood duck; Lesser scaup duck
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101 Mergansers
102 Birds of prey
103 Short-winged or bird hawks
104 Buzzards and eagles
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109 Harriers ; Ospreys
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facing 110 Illustrations: American bittern; Canada goose
facing 111 Illustrations: Mallard; Black duck
111 Caracaras and falcons
112 Illustration: Peregrine falcon
113 Gallinaceous birds
114 Grouse
facing 114 Illustrations: Red-shouldered hawk; Red-tailed hawk
facing 115 Illustrations: Osprey or fish-hawk; Marsh hawk
115 Partridges and quails
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118 Pheasants
facing 118 Illustrations: Peregrine falcon; Sparrow-hawk
facing 119 Illustrations: Canada grouse; Ruffed grouse
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120 Turkeys
121 Rails
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facing 122 Illustrations: Sora rail; Quail
facing 123 Illustrations: Coot; Killdeer
123 Gallinules, or mud-hens; Coots; Shorebirds, gulls, etc.
124 Plovers
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126 Turnstones; Woodcock and snipe
facing 126 Illustrations: Woodcock; Wilson's snipe
facing 127 Illustrations: Bartramian sandpiper or upland plover; Spotted sandpiper
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129 Curlews, Yellow-legs etc.
130 Sandpipers, Godwits, etc.
131 Gallinules
132 Phalaropes or sea snipes
facing 132 Illustrations: Least sandpiper & semi-palmated sandpiper; Greater yellow-legs
facing 133 Illustrations: Herring gull; Black-billed and yellow-billed cuckoo
133 Gulls and terns
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135 Terns
136 Auks and murres
137 Pigeons and doves
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facing 138 Illustration: Habitat group
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140 Cuckoos
facing 140 Illustrations: Yellow-bellied sapsucker; Hairy woodpecker
facing 141 Illustrations: Arctic three-toed woodpecker; Downy woodpecker
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142 Owls
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144 Barn owls ; typical owls
facing 144 Illustrations: Wounded American bittern; Short-eared owl; Home of Dr. J. M. McKay near Elmbank
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facing 146 Illustrations: Barred owl; Screech owl
facing 147 Illustrations: Long-eared owl; Night hawk
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148 Goatsuckers
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150 Nighthawks
facing 150 Illustrations: Hudsonian curlew; Whip-poor-will
151 Swifts
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153 Hummingbirds
154 Kingfishers
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156 Woodpeckers
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facing 158 Illustrations: Chimney swift; Belted kingfisher
facing 159 Illustrations: Red-headed woodpecker; Flicker
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161 Tyrant flycatchers
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facing 162 Illustrations: Phoebe; Kingbird
facing 163 Illustrations: Horned lark; Tree swallow
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165 Larks
166 Swallows
facing 166 Illustrations: Bank swallow; Barn swallow
facing 167 Illustrations: Cliff swallow; Purple martin
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170 Jays and crows
facing 170 Illustrations: Hermit thrush; Wilson's thrush
facing 171 Illustrations: Bluebird; Golden-crowned & ruby-crowned kinglet
171 Magpies and jays
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173 Ravens and crows
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facing 174 Illustrations: Migrant Shrike; Solitary vireo
facing 175 Illustrations: Warbling vireo; Red-eyed vireo
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176 Titmice
177 Nuthatches
178 Creepers
facing 178 Illustrations: American crow; White-breasted nuthatch
facing 179 Illustrations: Brown creeper; House wren
179 Wrens
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182 Mockingbirds and thrashers
183 Thrushes, bluebirds, etc.
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facing 186 Illustrations: Female blue jay & albino robin; Schreiber property
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190 Old-world warblers, gnatcatchers and kinglets
facing 190 Illustrations: Catbird; Brown thrasher
facing 191 Illustrations: Robin; Wood thrush
191 Wagtails and pipits
192 Waxwings
193 Shrikes
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facing 194 Map: The County of Peel
facing 195 Map: Peel's place in the world
195 Starlings
196 Vireos
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facing 198 Illustrations: Bronze grackle; Rose-breasted grosbeak
facing 199 Illustrations: Evening grosbeak; Common redpoll
199 Wood warblers
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facing 202 Illustrations: Magnolia warbler; Black and white warbler
facing 203 Illustrations: Myrtle warbler; black-throated blue warbler
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facing 206 Illustrations: Yellow-breasted chat; Vesper sparrow; Yellow warbler
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facing 210 Illustrations: Bobolink; Meadowlark
facing 211 Illustrations: Red-winged blackird; Baltimore oriole
211 Weaver finches
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213 Meadowlarks, blackbirds, etc.
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facing 218 Illustrations: Cowbird; Oven-bird's nest
219 Tanagers; Sparrows, finches, linnets or bintings
220 Cardinals
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222 Purple finches, Goldfinches, etc.
facing 222 Illustrations: Black-throated green warbler; Oven-bird
facing 223 Illustrations: Maryland yellow-throat; Redstart
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227 Sparrows and buntings
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facing 230 Illustrations: Savanna sparrow; Slate-coloured junco
facing 231 Illustrations: Tree sparrow; Chipping sparrow
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facing 234 Illustrations: White-crowned sparrow; White-throated sparrow
facing 235 Illustrations: Song sparrow; Snow bunting
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236 Illustrations: Indigo bunting; Scarlet tanager
237 Part III : Tabulated data
238 Illustration: Bald eagle
239 Bibliography
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242 II. An acknowledgement
243 III. Birds taken in Peel
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245 IV. Calendar of observations
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291 V. Dimensions of bird houses ; VI. Abbreviations
292 VII. Addenda
293 Index
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304 [Notes on typeset, illustrations, paper, and binding of this volume]

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