National Geographic : 1945 Jun
Sights and Sounds of the Winged World A "Slim Meal" for a Northern Yellow-throat Family The Yellow-throat, one of the Warbler family, is found in several forms throughout the United States and Canada. It usually frequents tangles of weeds and low bushes near swamps, though it sometimes nests farther from water. The male has a conspicuous black mask. (0 National Ueograpllic aSciety oaaenrolilleS ilyArtilur A. Allen Reflections on a Corn-fed Bronzed Grackle Gleam in Splendor This is the male of the common Crow Blackbird, familiar about parks, lawns, and cornfields throughout the United States and Canada east of the Rockies and west of the Alleghenies. Along the central Atlantic coast is found its relative, the Purple Grackle; and in Florida, the Florida Grackle.