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BLACKCAP, page 44,310.
Butcher-bird, 276, 325.
Chiff-chaff, 28, 307.

„ Yellow-billed, 29, 30.
Corncrake, 288, 312.
Cuckoo, 219, 306.
Cuckoo's-mate, 242, 320.
Dove, Turtle, 282, 323.
Flycatcher, Pied, 160, 323.
„ Red-breasted, 168.
„ Red-eyed, 169.
„ Spotted, 155, 311.
Goatsucker, 204, 320.
Golden Oriole, 262.
Hoopoe, 249.
Landrail, 288, 312.
Martin, House, 184, 304.
„ Purple, 190.
„ Sand, 41, 43, 187, 305.
Nightingale, 32, 313—318.
Nightjar, 204, 320.
Oriole, Golden, 262.
Pipit, Meadow, 124.
„ Pennsylvanian, 149.

Pipit, Red-throated, page 152.

„ Richard's, 142.

,, Rock, 130.

„ Tawny, 146.

„ Tree, 135, 318.

„ Water, 138.
Rail, Land, 288.
Red-backed Shrike, 276.
Redstart, Common, 74, 310.

„ Black, 78.
Reed Warbler, 101.
Shrike, Red-backed. 276, 325.
Stonechat, 13.
Swallow, 42, 43, 170, 302.
Swift, Alpine, 199.

„ Common, 191, 305.

„ Spine-tailed, 203.
Turtle Dove, 282.
Wagtail, Grey, 112.

„ Grey-headed, 121.

„ Pied, 106.

„ Ray's orYello w, 117,319.

„ White, no.
Warbler, Aquatic, 91.

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