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Maryland and the District of Columbia

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Authors
R. E. Stewart, C.S. Robbins

Ponds and rivers

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Authors
S.H. Low

Migration of the green-winged teal

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Authors
S.H. Low

Migration of the redhead

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Authors
C.S. Robbins

The migration of the pintail

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Authors
S.H. Low

Bird flight

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Authors
M.T. Cooke

Field guide for identification

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Authors
M.T. Cooke

Pheasant propagation

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Authors
W. W. Bailey, R. B. Nestler

The Great Lakes whitefish

In every one of the Great Lakes- Ontario, Erie, Huron, Michigan, and Superior- the most valuable fishes are declining, and there is no evidence that this trend will be reversed. Under existing conditions of a diversity of regulations that vary between states and between the two countries, and with the present methods of fishing, the Great Lakes fisheries are doomed. This chapter deals with the c
Authors
John Van Oosten

Ridge-making thin sandstone in Frederick County, Virginia: Chapter C

It is generally recognized that massive thick-bedded sandstones and relatively weak shales and soluble limestones form characteristic surface features. The uncommon effect of a thin argillaceous sandstone in producing ridges in an area in northern Virginia, in which the writer has recently done detailed field work, is briefly described in this paper. This bed, with an average thickness of 2 feet,
Authors
R.S. Edmundson