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Csiro Publishing, 2017. — 192 p. Eagles are awe-inspiring birds that have influenced much human endeavour. Australia is home to three eagle species, and in Melanesia there are four additional endemic species. A further three large Australian hawks are eagle-like. Eagles, being at the top of the food chain, are sensitive ecological barometers of human impact on the Earth’s...
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London: published by the author, 1865. — 636 p. Nearly twenty years have elapsed since my folio work on the Birds of Australia was completed. During that period many new species have been discovered, and much additional information acquired respecting those comprised therein; consequently it appeared to me that a careful resume of the entire subject would be acceptable to the...
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London: published by the author, 1865. — 630 p. Nearly twenty years have elapsed since my folio work on the Birds of Australia was completed. During that period many new species have been discovered, and much additional information acquired respecting those comprised therein; consequently it appeared to me that a careful resume of the entire subject would be acceptable to the...
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London: Witherby&Co, 1910-1911. — 460 p. In some cases the meagre accounts of the life-history of species I have dealt with has been commented upon, but what I have written is all that is on record that can be trusted. My book therefore shows how little is known regarding the species already treated, and how much has yet to be learned. When searching the literature this has been...
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London: Witherby&Co, 1912-1913. — 666 p. It is pleasing to record that the completion of my second volume has seen the abatement of the criticism at first directed against the nomenclature, and more attention has been given to the facts displayed. This volume has dealt with the Petrels and Gull-like birds, and I have endeavoured to introduce all matter that will enable the...
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London: Witherby&Co, 1913-1914. — 689 p. There is little to record, yet mucli of great importance to Australian ornithologists has happened during the publication of this, the third volume of my work. The “tiresome” matter of nomenclature has been much discussed by the zoological workers of the world, and it is to he hoped that the conclusions reached will enable all of us to...
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London: Witherby&Co, 1914-1915. — 423 p. The completion of my fourth volume calls for little comment, but I appreciate the slow and steady progress made in ornithological study since I commenced mv work. Since my third volume was finished, I have visited Australia and made the personal acquaintance of my numerous valued correspondents, previously known by letters and gifts only....
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London: Witherby&Co, 1915-1916. — 543 p. The completion of my Fifth Volume sees the world still at war but the ornithological world at peace, probably through the pre-occupation of ornithological students in the greater study. Certainly all the younger generation are otherwise engaged than attacking ornithological problems, commonly attacking a more intricate and complex problem....
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London: Witherby&Co, 1916-1917. — 646 p. The completion of the present volume sees the abnormal conditions still existent, so that little progress in our science can be reported. Nevertheless, some work is still being carried on and one notable event has to be chronicled. The re-discovery, by Mr. Tom Carter, of the two birds named Malurus textilis and Malurus leucopterus by...
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London: Witherby&Co, 1918-1919. — 613 p. At the conclnsion of this volume the seventh of the series it seems good to recapitulate and review the advancement that has been made during the progress of my work. I take this opportunity as this volume completes the description of the non-Passerine birds and these almost exactly number half the whole of the Avifauna. When I undertook...
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London: Witherby&Co, 1920. — 517 p. In the following pages I put forward a “List of the Birds of Australia” as a supplement to the first seven volumes and as a guide to the nomenclature of the species. While the work was in progress so much advance was made in the elimination of nomenclatural disputes that a large proportion of the names have been changed. It was considered...
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London: H.F. & G. Witherby, 1921-1922. — 649 p. The completion of this Volume coincides with another step to the agreement in connection with the scientific nomenclature of Australian Birds. The reorganised Check List Committee of the Royal Australasian Ornithologists’ Union has recently forwarded me the draft copy of the specific names they consider recognisable and it is a great...
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London: H.F. & G. Witherby, 1923. — 603 p. This the end of Volume X, sees the close of my work in sight, that is to say, all the manuscript is prepared. This volume contains 123 figures, and 520 pages, of which 56 are taken up with the Check List, part II (which is to be bound up at the beginning of the volume), bringing us up to the end of Volume IX. In this List I have brought...
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Second edition. — Australia: Pty Limited, 2007. — 639 p. The book describes and illustrates bird species recorded from Australia, mostly at one species per page, using photographs sourced from the National Photographic Index of Australian Wildlife. The distinctive, mainly blue, cover features a photograph of a pair of olive-backed sunbirds. Before the individual species...
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Melbourne: National Library of Australia, 2012. — 247 p. — ISBN 978-0642277657. John Gould (1804–1881), the Bird Man, published "The Birds of Australia: In Seven Volumes" in 1848. Fifty-nine of the images from his publication appear in this book. Of these, Gould first described no fewer than 32. Altogether he named an impressive 186 of today’s Australian bird species, as well as...
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