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"Lawrence used to be really most likely the main awesome lady in Canada. definitely she was once a notable nature writer."- Pat Barclay, Books in Canada "She used to be a superior speciman of a necessary breed: the novice naturalist. Her 7 books, 17 medical papers, rankings of journal articles and over 500 reports have all been in accordance with her shut and tireless commentary of poultry and animal behaviour."- Merilyn Mohr, Harrowsmith
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Their notes are softer, sweeter, more musical than the red crossbill's, whose call sometimes comes almost as loudly as the pine grosbeak's and with a metallic resonance. And even though I have often heard the crossbills singing, without the evidence of the eye I am loath to decide which one the singer is, perched high in the top of the pine, whose notes drop so deliciously upon the hoarfrosty air. The song of the red crossbill is like the music of water and that of the white-wing like an enchanted music box, which cannot stop until entirely run down.
A second later I heard him calling from Green Woods down below. He tore the silence to shreds. From south, east and west, neighbouring whippoorwills answered him. The next time I visited Peak Hill it was an hour before dawn. I stumbled through the thick underbrush and climbed the hill guided by my flashlight. Suddenly, in the pitch darkness, an ovenbird flung himself above the tree-tops in the most magnificent flight song I have ever heard and fell to earth again I knew not where. A couple of whippoorwills called in the distance.
Here in another old poplar stump, they chiselled out a new abode just as fine as the first one. Knowing that no one may forever transgress with impunity, sooner or later I expected vengeance to fall upon Bluey for her rash popping into houses that did not belong to her. Next I saw her making the mattress, upon which her eggs and young were to nestle snugly, deep down in the usurped nest chamber. The male helped her collect tendrils, dead pine needles and fine birch bark, but he forebore to enter the hole and offered 40 Red-Breast Makes a Home her his share of nesting material at the entrance, where she grasped it and took it inside.