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Checking-list of nomenclature of North American birds with additions to 1883

Checking-list of nomenclature of North American birds with additions to 1883

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Published by s.n. in [Providence, R.I.? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birds -- North America.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesChecking list of nomenclature of North American birds with additions to 1883.
    Statementby Southwick & Jencks.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 54264.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[4] p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16938718M
    ISBN 10066554264X

    At the outset, I must stress that this is not a field guide in the sense of a guide to the identification of species of North American birds. In the main, it is not a field guide at all; it is the second and final part of a comprehensive collation of technical material to be applied primarily to birds in the hand. In addition to this core activity, enthusiastic and active committees worked on the study of distribution, migration, and protection of birds. Criteria were soon broadened to expand (nonvoting) membership, which grew quite rapidly, though it took decades of incremental .

    "Sailor of the air" alludes to this bird's exceptional flying skills. Birds of this genus, possibly the fastest of North American birds, fly higher and faster and glide longer than other swifts. SWIFT FAMILY. saxatalis: The Latin adjective for "dwelling among rocks" describes a bird that occupies cliffs and steep canyons during the summer months. The Book of North American Birds is a beautifully illustrated and comprehensive guide to more than species of birds that spend at least part of the year on the North American continent. More than any other kind of wildlife, birds have an almost magical hold on the human imagination. They are beautiful, vibrantly alive, and seen everywhere.

    North American Birds is the longstanding “journal of ornithological record” for birders across North America, from Alaska to Panama and the West Indies. The journal’s mission has been to provide an overview of the changing panorama of the continent’s birdlife—that is, avian status and distribution. About this book. Greatly revised edition of Identification Guide to North American is the definitive guide to identification and ageing of North American passerines in the hand, and although aimed primarily at ringers, it is a useful reference for any serious birder.


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