1 edition of Legend Of The Veery Bird found in the catalog.
Legend Of The Veery Bird
January 22, 1988
by Random House Value Publishing
Written in English
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This small forest thrush gets its name from the cascade of “veer” notes that make up its ethereal, reedy song—a common sound at dusk and dawn in summer in the damp northern woods.
Most Veeries are a warm cinnamon brown above, with delicate spots on the throat; though far northwestern and northeastern populations are darker brown. These birds hop through the forest understory as they.
The Legend of the Veery Bird, written by Kathleen Hague and illustrated by Michael Hague. An original Fable about the Keeper of the Forest, this is a first edition.
In this original fairy tale, the Keeper of the Forest bestows a magnificent singing voice on a shy young man with the promise that5/5(). The book called "The Complete Birds of North America", is a book recommended to be part of any birders library. This book covers all the native and vagrant species of birds seen on the North American Continent.
It provides information on all the birds listed on the ABA bird list. Veery: Medium-sized thrush with rust-brown upperparts, indistinct pale gray eye-ring, white underparts, and faint rust-brown spots on the breast.
Dark race has gray-brown upperparts and breast spots. The male sings a lovely, ethereal downward-slurring song at sunset. Shy and retiring. The Veery's habitat is more restricted than that of the other two spot-breasted thrushes in Washington.
They are found in eastern Washington in hardwood and mixed forests with a dense, leafy understory near water, especially creek bottoms. Willow, alder, and cottonwood stands bordering streams or beaver ponds are prime Veery habitat.
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A dead bluebird is. Another Veery joined it and, as a bonus, they were joined by a Blue-headed Vireo and a Black-throated Blue Warbler, all obligingly well out in the open. Posted on Ap Ap Author Peter T Categories Uncategorized. favorite this post May 4 Stretchable Book Covers $1 (Cleveland) hide this posting restore restore this posting.
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This bird clearly knew something about the ancient legend of the "Birb".Veery in full song Bird of the Day was a Veery seen singing from the heights of a dead maple. Veerys aren’t often seen, they’re delicate, subtle and elegant but there’s not much in the way of visual fireworks about them, it’s mostly about their song, they seem to prefer the depths of a forest to sing their “ Veer-veer-veer-vv tktktkt.Checklist of Birds of the Central Valley California Compiled by the Central Valley Bird Club Veery ** Swainson's Thrush CSC Hermit Thrush Wood Thrush ** American Robin Varied Thrush MOCKINGBIRDS & THRASHERS Gray Catbird * LEGEND ** = Species on the California Bird Records Committee review list File Size: KB.