Birds and Nature, Vol. IX, No 3, March 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 32 min)


Spring 1:41 Read by BettyB
About Parrots 28:33 Read by Availle
How can our fancies help but go 0:41 Read by BettyB
Polly 6:09 Read by tovarisch
Hark! 'tis the bluebird's venturous strain 0:49 Read by BettyB
The American White Pelican 11:32 Read by VfkaBT
The Sandpiper 1:17 Read by BettyB
A Bit of Bird Gossip 11:12 Read by Leslie Stager
The Marbled Murrelet 1:48 Read by Phil Schempf
Before the Storm 0:49 Read by BettyB
Boy-Chickadee 8:12 Read by Aaron Grace
The Story Bird 2:17 Read by Aaron Grace
The Bear 8:11 Read by Phil Schempf
Bird Incidents 4:48 Read by Aaron Grace
Sea-Mews in the Winter Time 3:17 Read by Aaron Grace
Snails of Pond, River and Brook 22:50 Read by tovarisch
The Orange 5:08 Read by Phil Schempf
The Musical Swan 22:56 Read by tovarisch
Pepper 8:58 Read by tovarisch
March 1:24 Read by tovarisch