Birds and Nature, Vol. IX, No 4, April 1901

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"Birds and Nature" was a monthly publication of the Nature Study Publishing Company of Chicago. It includes short poems and brief descriptions of birds, animals and other natural subjects with accompanying color plates. The magazine was published from 1897-1907 under the various titles, "Birds," "Birds and all Nature," "Nature and Art" and "Birds and Nature."

In June 1900, “Birds and All Nature” was changed from “Birds and All Nature” to "Nature and Art" for a single issue (Vol VIII, No. 1). The title was changed again for the following issue in September 1900 to “Birds and Nature,” and this was kept through the remaining years of publication. - Summary by J. M. Smallheer (2 hr 18 min)


April 1:14 Read by Larry Wilson
I come, like hope to a gloomy breast 1:00 Read by Larry Wilson
The Curassow 3:53 Read by BettyB
Some Notable Nests 9:47 Read by BettyB
The Blackbird's Song 1:05 Read by Larry Wilson
A Golden Eagle 5:00 Read by Phil Schempf
The Harlequin Duck 3:48 Read by BettyB
An Orchard Bird-Way 10:14 Read by BettyB
The Canada Grouse 8:09 Read by Phil Schempf
Do Plants Have Instinct 12:55 Read by Availle
Still winter holds the frozen ground and fast the streams with ice are bound 0:49 Read by David Lawrence
The Dovekie 3:30 Read by David Lawrence
As flying ever westward Night's shadows swiftly glide 0:47 Read by David Lawrence
The Song Sparrow's Appeal 4:45 Read by David Lawrence
The Witch in the Cream 3:46 Read by Larry Wilson
The Beaver 9:08 Read by Larry Wilson
Pak-Puk-Keewis and the Beavers 4:19 Read by tovarisch
What rosy pearls, bright zoned or striped! 1:02 Read by tovarisch
Snails of the Ocean 22:18 Read by tovarisch
The Lemon 4:51 Read by BettyB
Two Wrens 17:53 Read by tovarisch
When Spring Comes 0:55 Read by tovarisch
Cubebs 4:14 Read by tovarisch
A Tree-Top Town 3:25 Read by tovarisch