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3 thoughts on “A History of Ornithology

  1. says:

    I was somewhat disappointed with this as the subject matter appealed Unfortunately the read was dry and repetitious in its presentation Rather than a history of ornithology it felt like a history of ornithologists Admittedly the two are interlinked but having read the birthplace education and employment circumst

  2. says:

    Interesting largely academic description of the development of UK ornithology by mostly distinguished gentlemen; a bit dry but with enough personal insights and life stories to keep it going to the end

  3. says:

    A weighty time uite dry in places but very interesting with some fascinating insights into British ornithological politics and good summaries of the leading characters within British ornithology The list of birds reported in Britain at the back of the book is very interesting with some intriguing fossil records

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Extremely authoritative and engrossing account packed full of fascinating stories journal notations and poem extracts should hold great appeal to the wider birding community as well as the established New Naturalist audien.

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Peter Bircham looks at the history of British ornithology from 1066 to the mid 1970s exploring along the way the first bird book written the compilation of the original British lists various notable collectors the first st.

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Udies of migration significant changes to the classification of species through to the birth of the British Ornithologists' Union in 1858 and what our current understanding of ornithology in Britain means to us today This.

  • Paperback
  • 320
  • A History of Ornithology
  • P.M.M. Bircham
  • English
  • 16 May 2018
  • 9780007199709