Ickadee, dee, dee, in his face, a proceeding that he never in the least
resented, but seemed rather to enjoy it." PROTHONOTARY YELLOW WARBLERS.
Quite a long name for such small birds--don't you think so? You will
have to get your teacher to repeat it several times, I fear, before you
learn it. These little yellow warblers are just as happy as the pair of
wrens I showed you in April "BIRDS." In fact, I suspect they are even
happier, for their nest has been made and the eggs laid. What do you
think of their house? Sometimes they find an old hole in a stum