National Geographic : 1914 Mar
Photo by Ernest Harold Baynes FLOCK OF QUAIL AT A FOOD STATION "In bad weather, however, particularly in the North, where we are so apt to be covered up with snow, more artificial means of feeding should be resorted to, and food stations, food-houses, and food shelters of various sorts should be established in proper places. If quail or grouse are to be fed, inconspicuous bough shelters may be built in protected places among the fields or woods most frequented by them" (see page 331). Photo by Ernest Harold Baynes PINE SISKINS AND RED POLLS FEEDING ABOUT A HOUSE: NEW IIAMPSHIRE The pine siskin is a lover of evergreens and spends the winter wandering from copse to copse in search of seeds and pine cones. The red poll is a winter visitor from the far North, and with its rich crimson head and breast makes a pretty picture in the snow.