have often been made to put down in writing a rendering of the notes of birds. A difficulty at once presents itself from the fact that few of these renderings really correspond adequately with the original. Yet they have a certain value because they serve to recall for the recorder the notes he has heard and enable him to recognize them when heard again. To other ears they might suggest a sound en...

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