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[[preprinted]] 8 [[/preprinted]] 331 Dryobates villosus Chimney Swift Red-eyed Vireo Yellow throated Vireo Hairy Woodpecker Black & White Warbler Chicadee 332. Ardea virescens 333. Zenaidura macroura [[end page]] [[start page]] [[preprinted]] 9 [[/preprinted]] Aug. 5, Friday. 331. Dryobates villosus. A. Wetmore, Hawk Creek, North Freedom, Wis, iris brown. bill black base of mandible lighter, tarsus dark slaty blue. Length 8 7/8 wing 4 3/4 tail 2 3/4 [[male symbol]] im. stomach contents. insects. This morning after breakfast I went over to the Millpond and then up Hawk Creek. Chimney Swifts were common until the woods were entered. They were seen either high up or low down indifferently. Red-eyed & Yellow-throated Vireos were very abundant. I saw and heared them everywhere. Other birds however were scarce. The only thing I shot was a Hairy Woodpecker. It had very little white on the back. Saw a Black & White Warbler with a flock of Chicadees. I shot at it but did not secure it. August. 8, Monday. 332. Ardea virescens. A. Wetmore, Millpond, North Freedom, Wis, iris yellow. space around eye green. behind nostril & base of mandible greenish yellow. Maxilla black. stripe on side of mandible and another near tip same. sides of maxilla & rest of mandible grayish brown. tarsus & crus rather dull green. underside of toes yellow. Length 18 3/8 wing 7 1/2 tail 2 3/8 [[male symbol]] ad. stomach contents 2 1/2 in. sunfish & large beetle 333. Zenaidura macroura. A. Wetmore, Hanger's Point, Millpond North Freedom, Wis, iris brown. bill black. tarsus dull red.
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