Propagation of wild birds; a manual of applied ornithology, treating of practical methods of propagation of quails, grouse, wild turkey, pheasants, partridges, pigeons and doves, and waterfowl, in America, and of attracting and increasing wild birds in general, including song-birds, by Herbert K. Job. Illustrated from photographs mostly by the author.
|Main Author:||Job, Herbert Keightley, 1864-1933.|
Garden City, N. Y., Doubleday, Page, 1915.
Game and game-birds.
xxvii, 276 p.
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