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A Dictionary of English And Folk Names of British Birds With Their History Mea

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A Dictionary of English And Folk Names of British Birds With Their History Mea
Harry Kirke Swann
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) HAGGARD or HAGGARD FALCON : The PEREGRINE FALCON in adult-plumage. (Willughby. ) HAGGARD HAWK. In falconry, a full-grown hawk, taken in its unreclaimed state.
HAGGISTER or HAGISTER. An old Kentish name for the MAGPIE. Occurs in Scott's " Discovery of Witchcraft, " where it is said that, " to prognosticate that guests approach to your house upon the chattering of pies or haggisters is altogether vanity and superstition. " HAIGRIE^: The COMMON HERON. (Shetland Isles. ) HAIR-TAIL : The GARDEN- W
...ARBLER. (Nidd Valley, York- shire. ) Hairy Woodpecker. An American species said by Latham, Montagu and others, without sufficient evidence, to have reached our shores.
HALCYON : The KINGFISHER. (Poetical. ) HALF-BIRD. A fowler's name for the TEAL, COMMON POCHARD, SCAUP-DUCK and other small ducks which bring lesser prices than the larger kirids. It seems to be proper to any land under the size of the MALLARD. It is used in the Fens, also in Norfolk and elsewhere.
HALF-CURLEW: The WHIMBREL. (Norfolk, Yorkshire.


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