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" ... limited to a migration from its summer home in British America to the United States, where it remains during the winter, returning in the spring. . . . Individuals have been known to occur in northern Illinois, but are seldom seen south of latitude... "
Proceedings - Page 59
by Nebraska. State Board of Agriculture - 1904
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The Birds of Iowa

Rudolph Martin Anderson - 1907 - 292 pages
...Illinois, but are seldom seen south of latitude 40" (Bird Migr. in Miss. Val., 188485, p. 129). It has been taken three times in the state, twice at Omaha, once by IS Trostler, December 15, 1895, and again by FJ Breese, and at Dakota City by Wallace Bruner (Rev. Bds. Neb., P-...
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Proceedings of the Davenport Academy of Sciences

Davenport Academy of Sciences - 1910
...Illinois, but are seldom seen south of latitude 40" (Bird Migr. in Miss. Val., 188485, p. 129). It has been taken three times in the state, twice at Omaha, once by IS Trostler, December 15, 1895, and again by FJ Breese, and at Dakota City by Wallace Bruner (Rev. Bds. Neb., p....
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Proceedings, Volumes 11-12

Davenport (Iowa) Public Museum - 1910
...Illinois, but are seldom seen south of latitude 40" (Bird Migr. in Miss. Val., 188485, p. 129). It has been taken three times in the state, twice at Omaha, once by IS Trostler, December 15, 1895, and again by FJ Breese, and at Dakota City by Wallace Bruner (Rev. Bds. Neb., P-...
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