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BIRDS OF THE WEST OF SCOTLAND

The woodland song, the various vocal quires
That harmonize fair Scotia's streamy vales ;
Their habitations, and their little joys;
The winged dwellers on the leas, and moors,
And mountain cliffs; the woods, the streams themselves,
The sweetly rural, and the savage scene, —
Haunts of the plumy tribes,—be these my theme!"

- Grahame.

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THE

BIRDS OF THE WEST OF SCOTLAND

INCLUDING

THE OUTER HEBRIDES

WITH OCCASIONAL RECORDS OF THE OCCURRENCE OF THE RARER

SPECIES THROUGHOUT SCOTLAND GENERALLY.

BY

ROBERT GRAY
LATE SECRETARY TO THE NATURAL HISTORY SOCIETY OF GLASGOW;

MEMBER OF THE BRITISH ORNITHOLOGISTS' Union;
CORRESPONDING MEMBER OF THE ACADEMY OF NATURAL SCIENCES OF PHILADELPHIA;
AND OF THE DU XZRIEKSHIRE AND GALLOWAY NATURAL HISTORY AND ANTIQUARIAN SOCIETY, ETC., ETC,

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