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A Century Of Bird Books

Author : Peter Tate
ISBN : CORNELL:31924002200412
Genre : Nature
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Illinois Birds

Author : Jeffery W. Walk
ISBN : 1882932269
Genre : Bird populations
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Illinois Birds: A Century of Change compares bird populations and landscapes in Illinois from the turn of the last century, the 1950s and the turn of this century. Surveys in the 2000s turned up 26 species not found 50 or 100 years ago, including wood ducks, house finches, and collared doves. While only one species has been eliminated from Illinois, there are several species that are declining.

The Bedside Book Of Birds

Author : Graeme Gibson
ISBN : 9780385662956
Genre : Birds
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This unprecedented and enchanting treasure trove of paintings, drawings, poems, essays, and scientific observations beautifully captures the interest and emotions birds evoke.

Weather Bird

Author : Gary Giddins
ISBN : 0195348168
Genre : Music
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Gary Giddins's Weather Bird is a brilliant companion volume to his landmark in music criticism, Visions of Jazz, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award in Criticism. More then 140 pieces, written over a 14-year period, are brought together for the first time in this superb collection of essays, reviews, and articles. Weather Bird is a celebration of jazz, with illuminating commentaryon contemporary jazz events, today's top muscicians, the best records of the year, and on leading figures from jazz's past. Readers will find extended pieces on Louis Armstrong, Erroll Garner, Benny Carter, Sonny Rollins, Dave Brubeck, Ornette Coleman, Billie Holiday, Cassandra Wilson, Tony Bennett, and many others. Giddins includes a series of articles on the annual JVC Jazz Festival, which offers a splendid overview of jazz in the 1990s. Other highlights include an astute look at avant-garde music ("Parajazz") and his challenging essay, "How Come Jazz Isn't Dead?" which advances a theory about the way art is born, exploited, celebrated, and sidelined to the museum. A radiant compendium by America's leading music critic, Weather Bird offers an unforgettable look at the modern jazz scene.

Feather And Brush

Author : Penny Olsen
ISBN : 0643065474
Genre : Art
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This volume traces the 300-year history of bird art in Australia, from the crudely illustrated records of the earliest European voyages of discovery to the diversity of artwork available at the start of the 21st century. It is a history inseparable from the development of Australian ornithology. Against a background of establishment of the country itself, naval draftsmen, convicts, officers, settlers, naturalists, artists and scientists alike contributed both to the art and to science.

The Birds Of Pennsylvania

Author : Gerald M. McWilliams
ISBN : 9781501728785
Genre : Nature
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With clear descriptions of physiographic regions as well as 44 breeding distribution maps for the most commonly seen birds and 67 photographs of many rare and hard-to-find species, this volume is a resource for all who wish to deepen their appreciation of Pennsylvania's birdlife."--Jacket.

The Bird Man Of Brisbane

Author : Louis Pigott
ISBN : 9781921555626
Genre : Art
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When Silvester Diggles arrived in 1855 there was little artistic or scientific talent in the small frontier town of Brisbane. By the time of his death in 1880, his paramount legacy was a large book on Australian birds, profusely illustrated with hand-coloured lithographs. Acting as his own publisher from 1865 onwards, Diggles produced the first substantial zoological work to commence publication in Australia. The compilation and content of this rare work of art and natural history is examined here in the light of Diggles’ life and times, as well as his ornithological predecessors and contemporaries. So too is his role in establishing the first scientific society and museum in Queensland. Also presented in this lavishly illustrated publication are colour plates from his bird book, and some of his original bird paintings for the first time. Diggles was indeed the preeminent birdman of his day, not only in Brisbane but also Queensland if not Australia-wide. Dr Rod Fisher Brisbane historian

Spix S Macaw

Author : Tony Juniper
ISBN : 074347550X
Genre : Nature
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Describes the desperate race against time to save a rare blue parrot, the Spix's Macaw, from extinction, by calling for private collectors to allow their birds to mate with the last wild specimen, a bird that had lived for years without a mate, in a dramatic story of the humans who had brought the species to the brink of annihilation.

Backyard Birds

Author : Jonathan P. Latimer
ISBN : 0395922763
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, voices, and habitats of a variety of common birds, arranged by their color. Includes the Peterson System of identifying birds by their unique markings.

The Birds Of London

Author : Andrew Self
ISBN : 9781408194041
Genre : Nature
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The first comprehensive avifauna for the London area ever published covering the status, distribution and history of every species on the regional list in rich detail.

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