WOOD,ROBERT WILLIAMS. HOW TO TELL THE BIRDS FROM THE FLOWERS and other wood-cuts: A Revised Manual of Flornithology for Beginners. NY: Dodd Mead (1917). 8vo (6 1/ x 7 3/4"), cloth backed pictorial boards, near Fine in dust wrapper (half of front flap cut else dw is VG). Originally published in 1907, this is a revised edition. On each page, the author has drawn a picture of a bird, animal or object next to which is a flower, bird or object that resembles it. The humorous text is in rhyme. For instance there is a drawing of a bird named A Blue Mountain Lory shown next to a Blue Morning Glory that resembles the bird. Nice copy.