He expected to find them useful while bird-nesting on the marshes.
Well, he did, a bit: then he and Jem Morris went off bird-nesting.
We must not now go a bird-nesting, but first time we do we shall put Bishop Mant's "Months" in our pocket.
Besides, the bird-nesting boys might be dangerous if they knew where it was.
They live upon roots, fruits, and leaves; and do not amuse themselves by bird-nesting.
Winter, strange as it may seem, is an excellent season for bird-nesting.
Three years later he joined the boys in their bird-nesting exploits, and climbed trees to share the plunder.
And as for bird-nesting—well, I only wish the twentieth-century boy could see us.
Could the cross, crop-eared old Puritan ever have been like other boys, and gone a bird-nesting?
Julian began to tell about bird-nesting over there when he was a boy.