3 edition of Catalogue of the Columbae, or pigeons, in the collectionof the British Museum found in the catalog.
Catalogue of the Columbae, or pigeons, in the collectionof the British Museum
British Museum (Natural History). Department of Zoology
Written in English
|Statement||By T. Salvadori.|
|Series||Catalogue of the birds in the British Museum -- 21|
|Contributions||Salvadori, Tommaso, count.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 676 p., 15 plates ;|
|Number of Pages||676|
Mr Bateman's Pigeons. Mr Bateman's Pigeons, by H. Eccleston. Pigeon keeping was a popular pastime in the Black Country, not only for the sport of pigeon racing but also as a source of extra meat and eggs. Ref: Theme: Domestic and Cultural Life. The Museum authorities inform me that Pigeon badges with the following numbers were found in the nest: , , u- 63, 77, J. F. 52, Ex. , , C Perhaps some Pigeon-lover may learn from these lines the fate of one or other wonderful flier that has long been recorded " never returned.".
The Ornithological Collections of the Nova Scotia Museum have been created over the past 67 years. Beginning under the curatorship of Harry Piers in Acquisitions prior to this date apparently cannot be documented, although it is probable that a small number of mounted specimens without data, attributed to Andrew Downs, were received by. Pilgrims of the Air: The Passing of the Passenger Pigeons by John Wilson Foster. This is a story of the rapid and brutal extinction of the Passenger Pigeon, once so abundant that they ‘blotted out the sky’, until the last bird died on 1st September It is also an evocative story of wild America. Read more.
Wood and the British Museum Catalogue cite only an edition of published in Vienna. Engelmann lists an Augsburg edition of I find no record of the present edition.. BM(NH), p. ; Wood, p. Ornithological volumes absent from AMNH, Trinity, Zimmer. Yale lists volumes , (with no identification of volumes). Illustrated Book of Poultry - Lewis Wright (s) Birds from the British Museum () Shorebirds - History of British Birds - Rev. Francis Morris (c. s) Pheasant, Partridge and Quail Prints () Bird Prints - Children's Natural History ().
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Catalogue of the Collection of Birds' Eggs in the British Museum Volume 3 - 3 [Ogilvie-Grant, W R.Reid, Philip Savile Grey, British Museum (Natural History).
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(William Robert), Catalogue of the Birds in the British Museum - derivative (1 C, 14 F) Pages in category "Catalogue of the Birds in the British Museum" This category contains only the following page. The Catalogue of the birds in the British Museum is a monumental work published in 27 volumes between to Its aim was not only to document the British Museum of Natural History's bird collection, but to discuss all then-known "species" of living birds.
However, it was also one of the last – perhaps the last major – bird species lists published before the adoption of trinomial. 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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Department of Zoology,Printed by order of the Trustees edition, in English. Page 10 - Catalogue of the Birds of the Tropical Islands of the Pacific Ocean in the Collection of the British Museum.
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The pigeons were dropped over the Continent at night, sometimes from as low as m, in canisters with tiny parachutes attached.
This was risky enough for the crew, let alone the poor pigeon. The British Museum in London was founded into house collections donated by Sir Hans two and a half centuries it has given rise to two other institutions, the Natural History Museum, and the British Library. This portal is to collect in one place related texts.
The Collection of Birds' Eggs in the British Museum now exceeds a total of 50, specimens. It was arranged and labelled some few years ago by Miss Emily Mary Sharpe, under the direction of the late Mr.
Henry Seebohm and her father, Dr. Bowdler Sharpe. About this Item: London: The Feathered World, Condition: Good. *Price HAS BEEN REDUCED by 10% until Tuesday, May 26 (holiday sale item)* first edition thus, an updating of Hepworth's work; 54,  (ads) pp., frontis, original green cloth (hardcover), old light control number inked to the spine, half of leaf 49/50 is lacking having been torn out, frontis.
has a horizontal closed tear. The online pigeon library and museum is the personal collection of Adam Archer, NSW Australia. The resources here were gathered over many years, and are published on this site for the benefit of anyone seeking to learn more about these wonderful creatures.
Items are. Buy Secret Pigeon Service: Operation Columba, Resistance and the Struggle to Liberate Europe 1st Edition by Corera, Gordon (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: If you are looking for books about a specific breed, a particular subject, or are seeking a certain title, and need further information or more photos, please contact us by email at [email protected] or by phone between 8 AM and 8 PM Pacific Standard Time at London: British Museum Natural History, Octavo, 16 handcoloured plates by Hart.
Publisher's cloth, some wear, library sticker on spine and library pocket on lower paste-down, no library stamps. Volume twelve from Richard Bowdler Sharpe's 27 volume Catalogue of Birds in .