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         Ornithology:     more books (102)
  1. Manual of Ornithology: Avian Structure and Function by Noble S. Proctor, Mr. Patrick J. Lynch, 1998-10-11
  2. Ornithology by Frank B. Gill, 2006-10-06
  3. Cambridge Encyclopedia of Ornithology (A Cambridge Reference Book) by Michael Brooke, Tim Birkhead, 1991-09-27
  4. Bird Songs From Around the World: Featuring Songs of 200 Birds from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology (Push and Listen) by Les Beletsky, 2007-09-20
  5. Ornithology, Evolution, and Philosophy: The Life and Science of Ernst Mayr 1904-2005 by Jürgen Haffer, 2007-12-20
  6. Essential Ornithology by Graham Scott, 2010-07-22
  7. Ethno-Ornithology: Birds and Indigenous Peoples, Culture and Society
  8. Birds: The Art of Ornithology by Jonathan Elphick, 2005-05-03
  9. A Concise History of Ornithology by Mr. Michael Walters, 2005-10-12
  10. Cornell Lab of Ornithology Handbook of Bird Biology by Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, 2004-11-01
  11. Birds: Mini Edition: The Art of Ornithology by Jonathan Elphick, 2008-05-13
  12. Ornithology: An Ecological Approach (Spectrum Book) by John Raynor Faaborg, Susan B. Chaplin, 1988-04
  13. Discovering Birds: The Emergence of Ornithology as a Scientific Discipline, 1760-1850 by Paul Lawrence Farber, 1996-12-05
  14. The Complete Guide to Birds of Britain & Europe (British Trust for Ornithology) by Paul Sterry, 2009-02-01

1. Cornell Lab Of Ornithology
Membership institute whose mission is to interpret and conserve the earth's biodiversity through research Category Science Biology Zoology Chordates ornithology...... Show me ». News at the Lab. If you live locally, learn more about birds by takingSpring Field ornithology. 2003 Cornell Lab of ornithology Home Contact Us.
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2. BirdSource
Joint project of National Audubon and the Cornell Lab of ornithology with the complete Christmas Bird Count database, Project FeederWatch, BirdCast, HawkWatch results, Great Backyard Bird Count, and feature articles.
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Report and track birds online - Any place, any time! Christmas Bird Count Sign up for the Christmas Bird Count.
Project FeederWatch
Participate in Project FeederWatch during the winter 2002-2003 season!
The Great Backyard Bird Count BirdSource Projects
Choose a project BirdCast Irruptive Bird Survey Montana LBMP Movements of Bird Populations Autumn Hawk Watch Winter Finch Survey Warbler Watch Broad-winged Hawk Survey Christmas Bird Count Project FeederWatch Great Backyard Bird Count GBBC 2000 Results Classroom FeederWatch

3. Electronic Resources On Ornithology
Offers details about ornithology. Browse through links to ornithological societies and related Web pages. BIRDNET provides information about ornithology, the scientific study of birds.
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Electronic Resources on Ornithology
This site a winner of a by LynxOfTheWeek (tm) Here are on-line versions of some publications on birds written by Christopher Majka. We hope you find them of interest. The following websites contain information pertaining to ornithology and the study of wild birds. [General] [Canada] [United States] [Latin America] ... [Various]

4. Ornithology
Describes the museum's collection of bird specimens, and provides photos and sound clips that feature southeastern birds. Dr. Thomas A. Webber, Collection Manager. Division of ornithology. Florida Museum of Natural History
Florida Museum of Natural History
Florida Bird Songs
Photo Gallery of Southeastern U.S. Birds

Explore the Facinating Galapagos Islands with Dr. David Steadman

Experienced Birders Needed

The egg collection, consisting of 10,400 sets representing 733 species, is 11th largest in North America in number of sets and 15th largest in number of species. It represents approximately 90% of the species and subspecies of North American birds. The egg collection has grown by 1% in the last five years. It is cataloged in a card file that includes original collectors' data slips or page references to the collector's field notes. Especially well represented are sets from New England and Florida. The collection is rich in sets of raptor eggs, including Bald Eagles, Ospreys, Broad-winged Hawks, Red-shouldered Hawks, Crested Caracaras, and American Kestrels, and the Florida races of Seaside Sparrows and Clapper Rails. Rarities include sets of Passenger Pigeon, Carolina Parakeet, and Bachman's Warbler eggs. The bird sound collection, in the FLMNH Bioacoustic Archives, with 14,616 cataloged recordings representing 2,672 species, is perhaps third or fourth largest in the world in number of species. In the western hemisphere it is the second largest in number of species and third largest in number of recordings. We are now processing one of our largest accessions ever, the collection of Ben B. Coffey, Jr., with thousands of high-quality recordings from the southeastern USA and the Neotropics. The sound collection has grown by 20% in the last five years, not counting the Coffey accession. It is cataloged on a card file. Geographical strengths include North America, especially Florida, and the Neotropics, with smaller but notable numbers of recordings from Africa, Australia, and Southeast Asia. Some taxonomic groups especially well represented are tinamous, trogons, woodpeckers, antbirds, New World flycatchers, wrens, New World wood warblers, and corvids.

5. Index To Ornithology
Dedicated to the dissemination of information on the science of wild birds, with emphases on conservation and education.
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with the Ornithologist November 2003 Install a Coates' multi-unit Purple Mansion on your premisesand enjoythe peace and serenity that this marvelous bird offers. Control insects without pesticides. Some studies show that Purple Martins eat up to 2000 of these pesky insects a day.Contact Coates at
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6. British Trust For Ornithology
Surveys and research investigating the populations, movements, and ecology of wild birds in the British Isles.

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About BTO ... Ornithological Links
BTO, The Nunnery, Thetford, Norfolk IP24 2PU
Tel: +44 (0)1842 750050 Fax: +44 (0)1842 750030 Email:
Registered Charity Number 216652. This page last updated: 20 March, 2003

7. Radar Ornithology Lab, Clemson University
A clearinghouse for all data pertinent to Radar ornithology, including weather, NexRad, vertical radar, marine radar, and direct observations. The laboratory is devoted to the acquisition and analysis of radar data as it relates to bird movements in the atmosphere.
Radar Ornithology

Recent Publications
The Radar Ornithology Laboratory (ROL) at Clemson University was established in 1990. The laboratory is devoted to the acquisition and analysis of radar data as it relates to bird movements in the atmosphere. Relating radar, field observation, landscape, and weather data, our laboratory has discovered important factors controlling the temporal and spatial patterns of daily and seasonal movements of birds. Our use of the WSR-88D (NEXRAD) weather radar network in the United States has allowed us to record large-scale migration events and relate these to topography and weather conditions. The analyses of these data are allowing the development of predictive models of bird migration for different regions of the United States. Some recent work at the Laboratory includes:
  • calibrating the WSR-88D displays for different types of birds, Development of migration maps for different regions of the United States, Developing national migration models as a function of weather, topography, and habitat, Linkage between important migration stopover areas determined with the use radar and the habitat characteristics of these areas determined from classified multispectral satellite data

8. American Museum Of Natural History Department Of Ornithology
Find staff contact information and descriptions of the museum's ornithology research projects.
Department Staff Collections Expeditions Department Staff Collections Expeditions ... AMNH Public site

9. P.M.A.: Ornithology
Read a FAQ about birds, find a list of publications, and visit the Virtual Egg Exhibit. Natural History. ornithology. ornithology is the study of birds.
The Provincial Museum of Alberta
Natural History
Ornithology is the study of birds. Alberta has a rich, diverse bird life with over 250 breeding species. The province has distinctive natural regions (Boreal Forest, Aspen Parkland, Grasslands and Rocky Mountains), each with characteristic bird species. The eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains creates an active zone of contact between distinct forms of numerous species. The evolutionary and taxonomic consequences of contact remain an exciting area of ornithological research. Bird exhibits are a popular feature of the galleries of The Provincial Museum.
For further information, select:
Research Project Sapsucker Flycatcher Status Update ...
Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ)
Virtual Exhibits Master Guide to the Warblers of Canada Eggs - A Virtual Exhibition
Official List of the Birds of Alberta (ABRC) - Provisional List
or contact us at:
The Provincial Museum of Alberta,
Ornithology Program,
12845-102 Avenue,
Edmonton, Alberta, T5N 0M6, Canada

10. Roseate Ornithology
Birdwatching tour highlights for shorttrips and birding in Coquetdale, Northumberland, UK.

11. Ornithologybooks
Outof-print ornithology books and journals. Some back issues of hard-to-find journals.
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12. Ornithology Library
Basic information provided.
Ornithology Library
Due to the construction involving Bingham Lab, the Ornithology Library has moved to: 181 Whitney Avenue
PO Box 208118
New Haven, CT 06520-8118 the small building which previously housed the Microcomputer Support Center Repair Unit (to the left and behind the ITS building at 175 Whitney). Jorge de Leon is staffing the library.
His work schedule is Tuesdays 9:30am-6:30pm and Fridays 2:30pm-6:30pm. Call in advance to secure access to the collection Questions can be directed to the library staff at phone: (203) 432-9821
email: Ornithology Library: the ornithology collection has an extensive affiliated library containing books and journals.
Related ornithology collection information is available at Last updated: December 12, 2000

13. VSO Home Page: The Virginia Society Of Ornithology,Inc. Exists To Encourage The
Local chapters, newsletters, The Raven tables of contents, events, bird records committee, and photo album.Category Recreation Birding North America United States Virginia......Virginia Society of ornithology, VSO, promotes birding,birdwatching, and the study of birds in Virginia.
Welcome to the Virginia Society of Ornithology Home Page. Please use the following menu to learn more about the VSO, our important upcoming events and the member chapters located throughout the state. We invite you to attend one of the regular meetings or a field trip of the VSO or one of our member chapters. For more information about the local bird clubs contact members on the Local Chapters page.
Current Events and What's New on this Webpage?
Come to the VSO Annual Meeting in Charlottesville VA: May 2-4, 2003.
Field trips to eleven different areas are scheduled for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Sam Droege from the Patuxent Lab, USGS will discuss “Trends in Virginia Breeding-bird Populations.” The banquet speaker on Saturday is the nationally known wildlife photographer and author, Kevin T. Karlson of Cape May County, New Jersey presenting “Birds on the Wind, the miracle of migration.” Come join the VSO on these exciting birding tours to Panama and Southern Africa!
Professionally led tours to some of the best birding destinations in the world. Check out the new VARCOM

14. Percy FitzPatrick Institute Of African Ornithology
The institute's mission is to promote and undertake scientific studies involving birds that contribute Category Science Biology Zoology Chordates ornithology......The Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African ornithology uct logo. UNIVERSITY OF CAPETOWN. Welcome to The Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African ornithology!
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UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN Welcome to The Percy FitzPatrick Institute of African Ornithology! This website provides an overview of what the Institute is about, study opportunities (including the Institute's Conservation Biology Masters Programme ) and current research themes and projects
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15. Wisconsin Society For Ornithology
Birding news, rare bird alerts, events, publications, programs and projects, checklist, and bookstore.Category Recreation Birding North America United States Wisconsin......
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In versione italiana ed inglese, la pi¹ diffusa pubblicazione scientifica italiana in campo ornitologico. E' possibile visionare online gli abstracts dei lavori pubblicati sui numeri dal 1996 in poi.
AVOCETTA is the Official Journal of the Italian Center of Ornithological Studies - CISO Centro Italiano Studi Ornitologici. AVOCETTA publishes original articles, short communications, reviews, surveys, comments and correspondence on all topic of Ornithology. However, preference will be given to original works in the Ecology, Ethology and Zoogeography of the ornithological fauna in the Mediterranean region and the Alpine area. Manuscripts should be addressed to: The Editors, AVOCETTA, Dipartimento di Biologia Animale, Via Accademia Albertina 17, I-10123 TORINO, Italy. Association subscription is EURO 26,00. Subscribers younger than 21 years old or first-time subscribers is EURO 15,50. Institution subscription is EURO 31,00. Outside Italy US $ 35 post free. Back volumes : EURO 26,00 (US $ 35). All paid-up members of CISO are entitled to receive AVOCETTA free. The journal appears with one yearly volume, normally two issues per volume. AVOCETTA can be obtained in exchange with other ornithological journals. Payment is due to the Secretary, by postal order (c.c.p. n. 34325308), entitled to: Francesco Mezzavilla E-mail:

17. Knutsford Ornithology - Birds & Birders In Cheshire, North-West England
The Birds and Birders of Knutsford Northwest England.
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18. Cornell Lab Of Ornithology
live locally, learn more about birds by taking Spring Field ornithology. More. View samples from our new bird behavior
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19. Ornjobs
Applicants are expected to work cooperatively as a team (USFWS and USGS). Personswith previous experience in ornithology are encouraged to apply.
Ornithological Societies of North America
ORNITHOLOGICAL JOBS: Positions and Opportunities Available, On-line
Editor: Cheryl L. Trine Last updated 21 March 2003 Return to Ornithological Newsletter main page Return to BIRDNET main page. This service is provided by the Ornithological Societies of North America (OSNA) To submit an announcement of a position available, please send it in the body of an email message (not as an attachment) to Cheryl Trine, . It would be appreciated if announcements initially be sent at least one-to-two months before the start date to give prospective employees time to arrange their affairs for their new position. Announcements will be published on-line within 1-2 weeks of receipt. There is no fee for this service. ANNOUNCEMENT TO BIRDJOBS-L SUBSCRIBERS USING HOTMAIL ACCOUNTS We have had a very hard time connecting with the Hotmail servers for the last several weeks. It appears that they're seriously overloaded. That has meant that often we can't deliver the job list to that address. If you're using a Hotmail account and can switch your subscription to another service it will help to make sure that you get the BirdJobs-L list. If you'd like to make a change please send email to

20. Organizations And Associations - is the premier site for beginning a search for scientificinformation on wild birds. It is scientifically oriented
ORGANIZATIONS Non-profit ornithological, conservation, and birding organizations around the world.
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Australasian Raptor Association Avocetta-Italian Journal of Ornithology ... Yelkovan- Ornithological Journal of Turkey Birdwatching North America American Birding Association Hummingbird Society Local Audubon Societies Minnesota Ornithologist's Union ... Turkey Vulture Society Worldwide BirdLife Finland BirdLife Hungary Birding India BirdLife International ... Birding Australia;

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