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Mabel Osgood Wright: Birdcraft : a field book of two hundred song, game, and water birds  wikidata:Q51407411 s:en:Index:Birdcraft-1897.djvu 
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Mabel Osgood Wright: Birdcraft : a field book of two hundred song, game, and water birds
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New York: Macmillan Co.
Norwood Press
J. S. Cushing & Co. -- Berwick & Smith
Birdcraft: a field book of two hundred song, game, and water birds
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Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Language English
Publication date 1897
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Place of publication Norwood, Mass. U.S.A.
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