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" Wales is acquainted, for, independently of its large size, its voice is so extraordinary as to be unlike that of any other living creature. In its disposition it is by no means shy, and when any new objects are presented to its notice — such as a party... "
Handbook to The Birds of Australia - Seite 122
von John Gould - 1865
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Australia; a Popular Account ...: With the History of Its Colonization, Etc

George French Angas - 1865 - 365 Seiten
...attract attention, its voice is so extraordinary as to be unlike that of any other living creature. In its disposition it is by no means shy, and when...becomes very prying and inquisitive, often perching on some dead branch of an adjoining tree, and watching with great curiosity the kindling of the fire and...
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Alden's Oxford Monthly Illustrated Journal, Bände 2-3

...of its large size, its voice U » extraordinary as to be unlike that of any other living creature. In its disposition it is by no means shy, and when any net objects are presented to its notice — such as a party trarersira; a bush, or pitching their tent—...
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Natural History

Richard Lydekker, William Forsell Kirby, Bernard Barham Woodward, Randolph Kirkpatrick, Reginald Innes Pocock, Richard Bowdler Sharpe, Walter Garstang, Francis Arthur Bather, Henry Meyners Bernard - 1897 - 771 Seiten
...Kingfisher, the cc Jackass " of the Australian colonists, we have the following account of Mr. Gould's: — "In its disposition it is by no means shy, and when any objects are presented to its notice, such as a party traversing the bush or pitching their tent in...
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BLACKWOOD'S LADY'S MAGAZINE

A. II. BLACKWOOD - 1849
...effect is most singular. The Dacelo giganlea, or great brown kingfisher, is another Australian marvel. " In its disposition it is by no means shy ; and when...branch of some neighbouring tree, and watching with the greatest curiosity the kindling of the fire and the preparation of the meal ; its presence, however,...
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