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" I frequently found these structures at a considerable distance from the rivers, from the borders of which they could alone have procured the shells, and small, round pebbly stones ; their collection and transportation must, therefore, be a task of great... "
Handbook to The Birds of Australia - Seite 451
von John Gould - 1865
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Scenes and Tales of Country Life: With Recollections of Natural History

Edward Jesse - 1844 - 399 Seiten
...observable. These structures were at a considerable distance from rivers, from the borders of which the birds could alone have procured the shells and small round...Their collection and transportation must, therefore, have been a task of great labour and difficulty. As these birds feed almost entirely upon seeds and...
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Wonders of the animal kingdom. Birds

Wonders - 1848
...commencement of a new place of rendezvous, were observable. These structures were frequently found at a considerable distance from the rivers, from the...transportation must, therefore, be a task of great labour and difficulty. As these birds feed almost entirely on seeds and fruits, the shells and bones cannot...
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Leaves from the note book of a naturalist

William John Broderip - 1852
...almost entirely of grasses, apparently the commencement of a new place of rendezvous, were observable. I frequently found these structures at a considerable...transportation must, therefore, be a task of great labour and difficulty. As these birds feed almost entirely upon seeds and fruits, the shells and bones cannot...
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The North British review

1852
...considerable distance from the rivers, from the borders of which they could alone have procured these shells and small round pebbly stones ; their collection and transportation must, therefore, have been a task of great labour and difficulty. As these birds feed almost entirely on seeds and fruits,...
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The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Description of Man and Nature in the Polar ...

Georg Hartwig - 1871 - 761 Seiten
...these structures at a considerable distance from the rivers, from the borders of which they alone could have procured the shells and small round pebbly stones...transportation must, therefore, be a task of great labor and difficulty. As these birds feed almost entirely upon seeds and fruits, the shells and bones...
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Scenes and occupations of country life

1875
...observable. These structures were at a considerable distance from rivers, from the borders of which the birds could alone have procured the shells and small round...Their collection and transportation must, therefore, have been a task of great labour and difficulty. As these birds feed almost entirely upon seeds and...
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The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Popular and Scientific Description of Man ...

Georg Hartwig - 1877 - 811 Seiten
...considerable distance from the rivers, from the borders of which they alone could have procured the sheila and small round pebbly stones ; their collection and...transportation must, therefore, be a task of great labor and difficulty. As these birds feed almost entirely upon seeds and fruits, the shells and bones...
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Library of natural history, Band 6

Richard Lydekker - 1901 - 3556 Seiten
...which had evidently been resorted to for many years, I have seen half a bushel of bones, shells, etc., at each of the entrances. I frequently found these...and transportation must therefore be a task of great labor. I fully ascertained that these runs, like those of the satin bower bird, formed the rendezvous...
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The romance of the animal world: interesting descriptions of the strange ...

Edmund Selous - 1905 - 323 Seiten
...of which the birds could alone have procured the shells, and small, round, pebbly stones," and that "their collection and transportation must, therefore, be a task of great labour." The " bower " or, rather, the little rustic village, made by the beautiful Golden Bower-bird — a...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Teil 2

1902
...placed in a heap before the entrance of the avenue — the arrangement being the same at both ends. ... I frequently found these structures at a considerable...collection and transportation must therefore be a work of great labour." The bowers of these Spotted Bower-birds, too, are, says Mr. Gould, clearly intended...
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