'Of the Grey Phalarope's love-making the author gives a delightful account, from which we may quote the following:-- "As the male seemed to pay no attention to her alluring movements she flew rapidly up to him--producing as she left the water a peculiar whirling sound with her wings, and uttering short angry cries--pushed him with her bill, and then she returned to the water and took up her swimming-


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