Bird Guide Water Birds Game Birds And Birds of Prey

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Bird Guide Water Birds Game Birds And Birds of Prey
Chester a Chester Albert Reed
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Owing to their large size they are frequently shot at and, consequently, are usually shy.
Nest. A depression in the sand; the two or three eggs are buffy, spotted with blackish-brown (2. 20x 1. 50) ; May.
Range. Breeds on the coast north to Virginia; later may stray to Nova Scotia. Winters south of the U. S.
175 MEXICAN JACANA Jacana spinosa. 8 in.
A very peculiar species. Bill plover-like; at the base, terminating in a leaf-like sheaf that covers the fore- head; a hard spur on the shoulder of
...each wing; legs and toes extremely long, the toenails being abnormally so, the hind nail often being an inch and a half long. Young very different from the adult. Grayish-brown above, with wings greenish-yellow as in adult; below whitish, darker across the breast and on the sides; a light line above the eye. Jacanas are inhabitants of marshy, muddy pools and ponds, where they can easily run over the surface, their long toes getting a good foothold on the floating aquatic plants. They are said to be very pugnacious in defence of their young, and a^o to fight among themselves during tin mating season.

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