Field Book of Wild Birds and Their Music

Field Book of Wild Birds and Their Music Undoubtedly the thing we love and cherish most about the little wild wood singer is his song But the songs what of them Why is the singer recorded in all the books but never or hardly ever his song

  • Title: Field Book of Wild Birds and Their Music
  • Author: F. Schuyler Mathews
  • ISBN: 9781594626067
  • Page: 258
  • Format: Paperback
  • Undoubtedly the thing we love and cherish most about the little wild wood singer is his song But the songs, what of them Why is the singer recorded in all the books, but never or hardly ever his song Well, the question is a difficult one to answer without finding fault with some one, so it would be best to make this little volume furnish the response The volume isUndoubtedly the thing we love and cherish most about the little wild wood singer is his song But the songs, what of them Why is the singer recorded in all the books, but never or hardly ever his song Well, the question is a difficult one to answer without finding fault with some one, so it would be best to make this little volume furnish the response The volume is literally a field book filled with the musical sayings of American birds.

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    1. As the author of a book on wild bird vocalization, Birdtalk, I have often depended upon Schuyler Matthews and his Pemigewasett Valley, NH. His book notates various birdsong, such as the Song Sparrow, whose song he compares to Rigoletto, "La Donna è mobile." Of course, climate and migration have changed in the century between 1904 and now, so certain birds common now in New England had not made it this far north back then.

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