Birds and All Nature, Vol. V, No 3, March 1899

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"Birds and All 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." - Summary by J. M. Smallheer (2 hr 22 min)


The Tufted Titmouse 4:50 Read by Zee Martin
Epitaph on the Hare 2:35 Read by Larry Wilson
A Transient Boarder 12:25 Read by Maggie Travers
The Squirrel's Use of His Tail 6:11 Read by Zee Martin
The Northern Prairie Hare 8:41 Read by Sonia
Destruction of Bird Life 3:45 Read by Larry Wilson
We Believe It 1:44 Read by Zee Martin
The Pineapple 5:12 Read by Garth Burton
Little Busybodies 10:20 Read by Jessica Louise
The Charity of Bread Crumbs 5:32 Read by Joseph Tenis
The Hooded Merganser 6:31 Read by Linda Dougherty
The Trumpeters 1:42 Read by Larry Wilson
Cloves 9:43 Read by Zee Martin
A Vein of Humor 13:01 Read by Availle
Taming the Smaller Wild Animals 5:46 Read by Maggie Travers
The Woodchuck 5:12 Read by Zee Martin
Flowers with Horns and Claws 4:19 Read by Isaiah Barker
The Common American Mole 5:05 Read by Zee Martin
"The Oak" and untitled poem 2:00 Read by Zee Martin
Skin 17:08 Read by Zee Martin
The Azalea 2:57 Read by David Lawrence
Commendable Books 8:02 Read by Larry Wilson