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from Page annotation p.29 Stringops large wings but no muscles for flight — colouring assimilative must be protective from Birds of Prey, whilst resting during the day
from End Note 1 annotation p29 Protective Colour of Birds

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lines 17—25 annotation why as no beasts of prey Rats? There are Birds of Prey


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from End Note 1 annotation p56 — affection between paired Birds S S. (Q)

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from End Note 1 annotation p66 — Huia (Q) with Beaks different in 2 sexes & aid each other SS


line 29 underline "another ... visitant"
from Page annotation p.74, 75, 78 Cuckoo summer immigrant believed to be partly parasitic in incubating but not feeding its young
from End Note 2 annotation p74, 76, 78 migratory Birds to N. Zealand

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from Page annotation p.74, 75, 78 Cuckoo summer immigrant believed to be partly parasitic in incubating but not feeding its young
from End Note 2 annotation p74, 76, 78 migratory Birds to N. Zealand


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from Page annotation p.74, 75, 78 Cuckoo summer immigrant believed to be partly parasitic in incubating but not feeding its young
from End Note 2 annotation p74, 76, 78 migratory Birds to N. Zealand


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from Page annotation p.81. Birds, Zosterops which has spread from S. Isld. rapidly
from End Note 2 annotation 81, 84 spreading of a species

line 6 underline "indigenous"

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from Page annotation 84 Changed Instincts, also, has become permanent resident
from End Note 2 annotation 81, 84 spreading of a species

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from End Note 2 annotation 93 — Rats destroying Birds

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from Page annotation 94 Believes rats by destroying much chief cause of decrease of [illegible]


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from Page annotation 95 Anthornis or Bell-bird — decorates nest with Brilliant feathers.


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from Page annotation 167 Weka good-sized wings, but incapable of flight.
from End Note 3 annotation 167 Birds with good wings, but incapable of flight


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from End Note 3 annotation 219 male colours on one side fainter & the Bird feeds laterally SS


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from End Note 3 annotation 224 Courting of Pied Oyster Catcher, not important


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from End Note 3 annotation 278 — Gulls catching Moths