Observed Cochrane River, July 18, 19, and noted that they appear to be breeding here. Numbers observed Cochrane River below Du Brochet Lake, July 29.

Cedar Waxwing (Bombycilla Cedrorum)

A male taken on Key Lake, Churchill River, June 25. Female taken also, and dissection proved it to be in breeding condition.

Adult bird was taken from stomach of a pike weighing 3 lbs., caught on Island Lake, Churchill River, June 25.

Northern Shrike (Lanius Borealis)

A male taken on the Cochrane River, October 19.

A young bird observed below Du Brochet Lake, Cochrane River, July 31. This species is called the "White Wiskajon" by the Indians, and in light flight through thickets the bird certainly closely resembles the Canada Jay at times.

Red-Eyed Vireo (Vireosylva Olivacea)

A male taken at Dead Lake, Churchill River, June 17.

Secured one specimen above Sandy Lake on the Churchill River, June 8. Observed above Island Lake on the Churchill River, June 25, 26. Observed below Frog Portage on the Churchill River, June 27, and at south end of Reindeer Lake, July 3.

Blue-Headed Vireo (Lanivireo Solitarius Solitarius)

A male taken at Lake He a la Crosse, May 28.

Black And White Warbler (Mniotilta Varia)

A male taken on Beaver River, May 17.

Tennessee Warbler (Vermivora Peregrina)

Three males taken: two from Lake lie a la Crosse, May 27 and June 2 ; one from Dead Lake, Churchill River, June 17.

Observed on Rapid River Lake, Churchill River, June 24. Note that at this point bird-life is disappointingly scarce. Observed below Frog Portage on the Churchill River, June 27, and on Reindeer River, June 28, 29. Noted as being very plentiful, Reindeer River, June 30.

Yellow Warbler (Dendroica Cestiva Cestiva)

Two males taken: one Lake lie a la Crosse, May 27 ; the other Reindeer Lake, July 4 ; this latter is only a little more worn than the May bird.

Observed Sandfly Lake on the Churchill River, June 11. One specimen observed above Trout Lake on the Churchill River, June 15 ; also on Dead Lake, Churchill River, June 17. Few observed Island Lake, Churchill River, June 25, 26. Observed Churchill River, June 27 ; Reindeer River, June 28 ; south end of Reindeer Lake, July 3 ; Reindeer Lake, July 11 ; Fort Du Brochet, July 17; Cochrane River, July 28 ; Du Brochet Lake, August 1 ; when noted that this species is very scarce now. Observed north end Du Brochet Lake, August 10.

Myrtle Warbler (Dendroica Coronata)

Three specimens: two adult males from Big River, May 7, 8; a juvenile, Cochrane River, July 27. Hoover's Warbler (D. c. hooveri), has recently been revived by Dr. Oberholster, and the range of this western race of the Myrtle Warbler is given as reaching east to Central Mackenzie, but the adult taken May 8, which I have been able to compare with series of both the supposed races, is nearer to coronata.

Observed female in neighbourhood of her nest, but prolonged search failed to find its hidingplace in the spruce trees, Churchill River, June 27. Nest found in spruce tree situated against main trunk about 12 feet above the ground and contained five young about two weeks old, Reindeer River, June 29. Observed commonly south end Reindeer Lake, July 3, 4. Observed Sucker Bay, Reindeer Lake, July 6. Reindeer Lake, July 7. Commonly seen on Reindeer Lake, July 10. Observed July 11, 13. Observed Cochrane River, July 19, 21, 28; Du Brochet Lake, August 1, 3; north end Du Brochet Lake, August 12.

Black-Poll Warbler (Dendroica Striata)

A male taken on Beaver River, May 18.

One observed south end Reindeer Lake, July 4, and on Cochrane River, July 26. One observed Du Brochet Lake, August 3, carrying insects in bill for young. Observed inland from Du Brochet Lake, August 5.

Palm Warbler (Dendroica Palmarurn Palm-Arum)

A male taken on Beaver River, May 18.

Water-Thrush (Seiurus Noveboracensis Nove-Boracensis)

Three specimens : a female, Beaver River, May 20 ; a male, Knee Lake, Churchill River, June 6 ; and a female, Reindeer River, June 28 ; these are close to Grinnell's Water-Thrush (S. n. notabilis), in colour.

Observed Reindeer River, June 29. One taken Reindeer Lake, July 10. Observed Cochrane River, July 23, 24, 26, 27, and on July 29, 31, below Du Brochet Lake; observed Du Brochet Lake, August 1, 6, 8. Note that this species is common on Cochrane River, and that they feed along the water's edge like a Pipit or Wagtail sometimes they make short rising flights, of some 10 to 15 feet, into the air in pursuit of insects. Observed north end Du Brochet Lake, August 11.

Wilson's Warbler (Wilsonia Pusilla Pusilla)

A male taken at Lake He a la Crosse, May 26.

Redstart (Setophaga Ruticilla)

One observed Beaver River, May 19.

Tree Creeper (Certhia, Familiaris Americana)

Observed Big River, May 10.

Red-Breasted Nuthatch (Sitta Canadensis)

A male taken at Lake Ile a la Crosse, May 25.

One observed in winter south of Cumberland Lake on January 11.

Chickadee (Penthestes Atricapillus Subsp. ?)

Observed below Dead Lake, Churchill River, June 18. Observed a pair with a family of fully fledged young on Rapid River Lake, Churchill River, June 24. Observed south end of Reindeer Lake, July 3.

Hudsonian Chickadee (Penthestes Hudsonicus Hudsonicus)

Three specimens : a pair taken at Big River, May 8 ; and a young bird, Cochrane River, July 24. This last is interesting, though full grown (length 5 inches) the pileum instead of being soft greyish brown, is blackish brown, forming a distinct cap, while the hind neck and back are brownish grey.

Observed south end of Reindeer Lake, July 3 ; few observed, Du Brochet Lake, August 3.

Ruby-Crowned Kinglet (Regulus Calendula Calendula)

Three specimens : a male, Lake He a la Crosse, May 28 ; a female taken with nest containing young, Churchill River, July 3 ; and a male taken Reindeer Lake, July 9. The nest taken July 3 is described as follows : " nest in young spruce tree about ten feet high, nest against limb and about eight feet up. Nest contained seven young about fourteen days old."

One singing in spruce tree on island in Trout Lake, Churchill River, June 16. Observed Sucker Bay, Reindeer Lake, July 6 ; Reindeer Lake, July 7. Commonly seen, Reindeer Lake, July 10, 11. Observed Fort Du Brochet, July 17 ; Cochrane River, July 9, 24, 26; Du Brochet Lake, I August 2, 3; Cochrane River, on return journey, August 15; Fort Du Brochet, September 18.

Grey-Cheeked Thrush (Hylocichla Alicice Alicice)

Two males taken: Big River, May 11 ; Churchill River, June 18-this latter is in very worn plumage, " bird in company with mate."

Olive-Backed Thrush (Hylocichla Ustulata Swainsoni)

Two males taken He a la Crosse, May 25 ; and Black Bear Island Lake, Churchill River, June 14.

One observed near mouth of Reindeer River, June 23. One taken on Cochrane River, July 26.

Hermit Thrush (Hylocichla Guttata Pallasi)

A male taken on Beaver River, May 18.

American Robin (Planesticus Migratorius Mi-Gratorius)

Numerous Big River, May 7. Observed above Sandy Lake on the Churchill River, June 8, singing sweetly near camp. Observed Sandy Lake, Churchill River, June 10; not numerous. One or two on Black Bear Island Lake, Churchill River, June 15. Single bird observed Otter Lake, Churchill River, June 20.

Three or four pairs observed nesting in grove of poplars, Churchill River, above Island Lake, June 25. Observed one pair, Reindeer Lake, July 10; none previously seen for some days. Observed Fort Du Brochet, July 16 ; Cochrane River, July 18; Cochrane River, July 21. This species is by no means numerous in the Far North in this territory. Observed on Cochrane River, July 26. Observed a number of Robins below Du Brochet Lake on the Cochrane River, July 28.

Numbers appearing about Fort Du Brochet, September 2, the commencement of migrations south. At same locality, on September 18, I state : Many robins passed about two weeks ago ; a few seen here still.

Observed near Fort Du Brochet, September 22, 26, 30.

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