4 edition of A general history of birds found in the catalog.
|Statement||by John Latham.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 microfiches (210 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||210|
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Title. A general history of birds / Title Variants: Alternative: Latham's Birds By. Latham, John,Index to the General history of birds. Latham, John,General synopsis of birds. Type. Book. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
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Latham’s General History of Birds, an enlargement of his earlier General Synopsis of Birds (), “is his great work, and was dedicated to George IV.
He designed, etched, and colored all the illustrations himself” (DNB). An enlarged and rearranged edition of the author's A general synopsis of birds. The Index, with special t.p., datedgenerally listed as a separate volume, is bound after p.
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DSI,Wright, J., binder. Copy and paste one of these options to share this book elsewhere. Link to. A History of British Birds is a natural history book by Thomas Bewick, published in two 1, Land Birds, appeared in Volume 2, Water Birds, appeared in A supplement was published in The text in Land Birds was written by Ralph Beilby, while Bewick took over the text for the second book is admired mainly for the beauty Author: Thomas Bewick.
An enlarged and rearranged edition of the author's A general synopsis of birds The Index to the general history of birds has special t.p. dated Errors in paging The adjust plate count includes the following specially numbered plates: LXVII*, LXXXV*, LXXXVII*, XCVIII*, CIV*, CIV**, CVII*, CXII*, and CXXIV*.
Various bird attributes, real or imagined, have led to their symbolic use in language as in art. Aesop’s fables abound in bird characters. The Physiologus and its descendants, the bestiaries of the Middle Ages, contain moralistic writings that use birds as symbols for conveying ideas but indicate little knowledge of the birds themselves.
Supernatural beliefs about birds probably. With a foreword by science journalist and broadcaster Robyn Williams AM, and chapters dedicated to discovering extraordinary information about Australia's innovative birds, Your Backyard Birds is a delightful and compelling read.
With real stories from bird-loving citizen scientists, this fascinating book features new insights about the lives. An extensive introduction includes sections on the general history of Morocco; a detailed history of ornithology in the country; climate; flora and vegetation; geography and habitats; breeding species; migration; wintering birds; endemism; and conservation.
Customer Reviews. Birds section consists of selections from the first volume of the author's A history of British birds. Description: 70, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Contents: A general history of birds --A general history of quadrupeds. Responsibility: by Thomas Bewick.
This monumental book is a modern, comprehensive, and profusely illustrated discussion of the origin of birds and of avian flight. Ornithologist and evolutionary biologist Alan Feduccia, author of the widely acclaimed Age of Birds, here draws on fossil evidence and studies of the structure and biochemistry of living birds to present current knowledge and fresh data on.
A History of the Birds of Europe, Including all the Species Inhabiting the Western Palearctic Region is a nine-volume ornithological book published in parts between and It is mainly written by Henry Eeles Dresser, although Richard Bowdler Sharpe co-authored the earlier volumes.
It describes all the bird species reliably recorded in the wild in Europe and adjacent Illustrator: John Gerrard Keulemans. Birds are vertebrate animals adapted for flight. Many can also run, jump, swim, and dive.
Some, like penguins, have lost the ability to fly but retained their wings. En route, he explains where birds came from and why their bodies and systems are put together the way they are (the limits imposed by flight), identifies and describes all the families in the bird kingdom (“All the Birds in the World: An Annotated Cast List,” at 93 pages, the longest chapter in the book), deftly summarizes all we know and /5(17).
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This book. Zimmer (pp. ) states: ‘A new edition of the author’s “General Synopsis of Birds,” (q.v.), rewritten and enlarged to include the species treated in the two supplements to that work as well as forms discovered since their publication.’.
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