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Boy Scouts

be hopelessly perplexed when you go to consult the bird book later. As it is hard to jot down satisfactory notes in the field, while catching fleeting glances of some timid bird, a handy little booklet has been prepared in' which observations can be recorded very rapidly. These can be procured for fifteen cents apiece from the National Association of Audubon Societies, 1974 Broadway., New York City.

Location Date Hour. Weather Wind.


SIZE:

Smaller than wren Between wren and sparrow Between sparrow and robin Between robin and crow Larger than crow

SEEN Near ground or high up In heavy woods Bushy places Orchard Garden Swamp Open country Near water

Name Order Family Genus Species