2 edition of birds of the British Isles and their eggs. found in the catalog.
birds of the British Isles and their eggs.
T. A. Coward
Errata slip inserted.
|Statement||Rev. by A.W. Boyd. 2d ser., comprising the families Anatidae to Phasianidae. With 203 accurately coloured illus. by Archibald Thorburn and others, reproduced from Lord Lilford"s work, Coloured figures of the birds of the British Islands, and 66 photographic illus. by E.L. Turner and others.|
|Series||The Wayside and woodland series|
|LC Classifications||QL690.G7 C6 2d ser. 1950|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||384|
|LC Control Number||50011455|
List of birds of Great Britain From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search Wikimedia list article This list of birds of Great Britain comprises all bird species which have been recorded in a wild state in Great Britain. Because of its mild winters, Great Britain has a considerable population of wintering species, particularly ducksgeese and swans. Measuring only c. This large gull finds food by scavenging and by kleptoparasitism the stealing of food caught by other birds. Here they have an abundant food supply in the shape of feral pigeons. For most years the records were bound into a single volume, some years were so large that they merited a separate bound index.
We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant. Porter Published in 4 volumes. Puffins also come to breed along the coasts of Ireland. The great black-backed gull is found on the coast all around Britain. Its wings are lighter in colour than those of the great black-backed gull, and darker than those of the herring gull.
A full list of projects is given here. It is slightly smaller than the herring gull and significantly smaller than the great black-backed gull. It has been written with the earnest endeavour to supply what I believe to be a wide-felt want a handy book about British Birds, so arranged that these creatures may be readily identified in the various haunts they affect. In the autumn they return to their African feeding grounds.
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This page is the second part of our look at birds of the British Isles. Birds are about 32 cm in length. Of the pleasure derived during the process of acquiring this information concerning our feathered friends, it would be impossible birds of the British Isles and their eggs.
book speak with any exaggeration of its intensity. The puffin comes onto land to breed and to raise its young. Here they have an abundant food supply in the shape of feral pigeons.
Neither the company directors nor the trustees are paid for their services, providing their time and enthusiasm because they passionately believe in the value of BB.
Its wings are brown with dark tips. Amongst the multitude of tributes published in a variety of newspapers and journals was one from the "Altrincham Guardian" by A.
Its wings are lighter in colour than those of the great black-backed gull, and darker than those of the herring gull. The puffin is seldom seen in the winter. In the summer the black headed gull has a black head.
London: J. As a reproduction of a historical artifact, this work may contain missing or blurred pages, poor pictures, errant marks, etc. It feeds mainly on ants, which it plucks from the grass with its long, sticky tongue. The swift spends most of its life in the air; it only touches down to lay its eggs and feed its young.
The jay is a woodland bird. Black Headed Gull Scientific Name: Chroicocephalus ridibundus Preferred Habitat: Coastal, estuary, farmland, reservoir The black headed gull is smaller than the herring gull.
The coal tit spends most of its time in the tree tops in coniferous woodlands. Although not a common species, the puffin is a well-known and well-loved bird that most people are able to identify. The house martin is a summer visitor to Britain. The pale edges of its feathers give it a streaky appearance.
They must have had a different attention span in those days, it would be a brave man to attempt a feat like that nowadays! House Martin Scientific Name: Delichon urbicum Preferred Habitat: Farmland, country towns and villages The house martin is a small, black and white bird.
To say they were bigger than expected would be an understatement, each volume was bigger than A4, probably foolscap folio The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Book Title. The birds of the British Isles and their eggs. By.
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First series. by COWARD T A. London: Warne Hardback in very good condition in decorated brown leather-like covers.The birds of the British Isles and their eggs / by T.
A. Coward ; First series, comprising families C A history of British birds, with coloured illustrations of their eggs; Coloured illustrations of the eggs of British birds, accompanied with descriptions of the eggs, nests, e.The Birds of the Ebook Isles and Their Eggs.
pages + colour plates + 73 illustrations. Volume 2. Second Series: The Birds of the British Isles and Their Eggs. pages + colour plates + 66 illustrations. Volume 3.
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