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  1. Ornithology in Laboratory and Field, Fifth Edition by Olin Sewall PettingillJr., 1985-05-12
  2. Birds of the World: A Photographic Guide
  3. Avian Flight (Oxford Ornithology Series) by John J. Videler, 2006-10-12
  4. The Bird Watching Answer Book: Everything You Need to Know to Enjoy Birds in Your Backyard and Beyond (Cornell Lab of Ornithology) by Laura Erickson, 2009-11-04
  5. The Zebra Finch: A Synthesis of Field and Laboratory Studies (Oxford Ornithology Series) by Richard A. Zann, 1996-07-25
  6. Oology and Ralph's Talking Eggs: Bird Conservation Comes Out of Its Shell (Mildred Wyatt-Wold Series in Ornithology) by Carrol L. Henderson, 2007-10-15
  7. Current Ornithology, Volume 6
  8. Ornithology (Usborne Science & Nature) by Felicity Brooks, Bridget Gibbs, et all 1993-04
  9. A manual of the ornithology of the United States and of Canada by Thomas Nuttall, 2010-05-14
  10. Introduction to Ornithology by G.J. Wallace, 1975-05
  11. Refractions of the Third Reich in German and Austrian Fiction and Film (Oxford Ornithology) by Chloe Paver, 2007-05-03
  12. Current Ornithology, Volume 7
  13. Watching Birds: An Introduction to Ornithology
  14. Stray Feathers: A Journal of Ornithology for India and Its Dependencies, Volume 3 by Anonymous, 2010-03-31

61. Mid-Cheshire Ornithological Society Web Site
Encouraging ornithology in the MidCheshire region.
Welcome to the Mid-Cheshre Ornithological Society Home Page Click here to proceed

62. California Academy Of Sciences - Research - Ornithology And Mammalogy
DEPARTMENT of ornithology MAMMALOGY California Academy of Sciences, 55 ConcourseDrive Golden Gate Park San Francisco, CA 94118 (415) 7507176; fax (415) 750

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California Academy of Sciences, 55 Concourse Drive
Golden Gate Park San Francisco, CA 94118
(415) 750-7176; fax (415) 750-7346
T he Department of Ornithology and Mammalogy was established in 1853 with the creation of the California Academy of Sciences. After the 1906 earthquake and fire, which destroyed most of the original collections of birds and mammals, the department was reborn with the resurrection of the new Academy of Sciences. As a world renown repository for specimens and their accompanying information, the department's collections currently house over 105,000 specimens of birds and over 30,000 specimens of mammals. The department also houses a modern bioacoustics laboratory and an extensive sound library of over 4,000 bird and mammal recordings. Aside from maintaining these collections, department staff and associates are involved in various scientific studies, conservation efforts, educational programs, and international research projects.

63. Bluebird Reference Guide, All About Bluebirds
Originates from North American Bluebird Society (NABS)/Cornell ornithology email list is the most extensive compilation of educational and other references for the backyard bluebirder as well as the experienced trail monitor.
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64. Cornell University Museum Of Vertebrates
There are four vertebrate collections within the museum; ichthyology, herpetology, ornithology, and mammalogy.
Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates
The Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates ( CUMV ) is an internationally recognized institution dedicated to the study of all vertebrate groups (fishes, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals). It is an one of several natural history collections affiliated with Cornell University. The CUMV collections contain over 1.5 million specimens and serve as the primary repositories for vertebrates collected by past and present Cornellians working around the world. As a university based museum, it also serves as an important resource for undergraduate and graduate education. The CUMV is administered through the and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University . The museum has recently moved to a new facility located approximately five miles north of the main Cornell campus, at the Johnson Center for Birds and Biodiversity, along with the Cornell Lab of Ornithology . Support for this move and the purchase of new storage equipment (compact storage systems, shelving and specimen cases) has been provided through a grant from the National Science Foundation (DBI 0138123). As a research institution, our specimens, tissue samples and related specimen data are available to qualified members of the scientific community affiliated with academic and research institutions. We especially encourage the use of the collections in student research, whether as thesis work, independent study, or class projects. Although there are no public exhibits at the museum, museum staff try to provide assistance to members of the Cornell Community when ever possible and do offer tours for classes and other interested groups.

65. Yale Peabody Museum: Ornithology
ornithology. ornithology Library the ornithology collection also hasan extensive affiliated library containing books and journals.
Collection History Search the Collection Catalog The Ornithology collection at the Peabody Museum is among the most comprehensive in North America, and has international significance in several areas including skeletal and pickled (wet preserves) specimens. Overall, the collection contains material for more than 6,500 species, over 70 percent of the birds of the world. Skin Collection: the old Yale University collection of some 6,000 to 8,000 skins has grown to over 100,000 since 1950. There is excellent taxonomic coverage and good geographic coverage with major holdings from the Philippines (7,500), Tanzania (5,000), India (6,000), Borneo (4,500), South Africa (4,000), Atlantic islands (2,300), Laos (3,700), Thailand (4,300), Mexico (4,200), Greece (2,700), New Guinea (3,600), Argentina (4,500), Brazil (4,300), and West Indies (2,000). Within the USA only Connecticut (4,000), and California (1,000) are represented by substantial numbers of skins. Skeleton Collection: the skeleton collection contains just over 9,000 specimens representing about 1,900 species. All but a handful of specimens are post-1950 and more than fifty percent are post-1965. There is good geographic representation with collections from Argentina (270 specimens; 110 species), Australia (228; 96), Brazil (735; 122), Dominican Republic (142), Kenya (192; 114), New Guinea (1217; 202), New Zealand (146), Thailand (163). In the USA, collections are from Arizona (273), California (484; 97), Connecticut (2345; 21), Maryland (100), Massachusetts (130), New Jersey (130), and New York (130).

66. Cerulean Warbler Atlas Project Home Page
Project from the Cornell Lab of ornithology to map the distribution of the declining Dendroica cerulea. Includes species account, maps, and photos.
CEWAP Home Page Why Study Ceruleans? Project Introduction CEWAP Objectives Study Protocol ... Partners in Flight The Cerulean Warbler , a Neotropical migratory bird of high conservation concern, is experiencing population declines in parts of its range. Due to the Ceruleans low population density and patchy distributions accurate population trends are difficult to estimate, therefore, in order to adequately protect this species more information is needed about its habitat requirements, breeding biology, and population status. In order to to determine the number of breeding pairs and productivity, describe nesting habitat, and identify potential threats to the population and its habitat, the Cerulean Warbler Atlas Project CEWAP ) employed enthusiastic birders and biologists to survey known and potential Cerulean Warbler breeding sites from 1997 to 2000. Results from CEWAP will be used to produce management guidelines for Cerulean Warblers. As of December 2000 you can download the final report, "An Atlas of Cerulean Warbler Populations."

67. PSOHomePage
Pennsylvania Society for ornithology. About PSO History, Mission andOrganization; Join PSO; PSO News (under construction); PSO Annual
Pennsylvania Society for Ornithology About PSO Birding Resources
Sabine's Gull, 9/20/81, Sunbury, Pa

68. Journal Of Oregon Ornithology
Archive of articles based on Oregon field studies of bird distribution, migration, and abundance.
Journal of Oregon Ornithology (JOO)
Journal of Oregon Ornithology ISSN for Online Version: 1092-3845; Journal of Oregon Ornithology ISSN for Print Version: 1066-9450 Last modified: 12 February 2003 The most recent Journal of Oregon Ornithology is No. 6 , November 1996
Journal of Oregon Ornithology Table of Contents
Major subject matter (e.g., site of observations) of papers is in parentheses.
  • Introduction to JOO . (Introduction, library, map, and photo availability; acknowledgments; large file sizes.)
  • JOO #1 . (JOO purpose and goals, estuarine ponds in Lincoln Co., misc.)
  • JOO #2 . (Siletz/Logsden area in Lincoln Co.)
  • JOO #3 . (Harlequin Duck, Mt. in Coast Range, Great Blue Heron, subspecies.)
  • JOO #4 . (Lincoln Co. semimonthly records through 1992.)
  • JOO #5
  • JOO #6 . (Newton Hill [Lincoln Co.], unpublished coastal Christmas Bird Counts, Brant.)
  • Index for JOO Nos. 1-6 (File: jindex.htm, 147K)
To see an article and any links to GIF files, please select the first .htm file listed after the article.
All files are listed so that they can be more easily downloaded. The filename is based on page numbers in the printed JOO and includes the first page of the article, the last page in the file if the article has been split into several .htm files, or the page number of a GIF file (e.g., j135.gif is a GIF file from JOO p. 135).

69. Women In Ornithology Resource Group
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70. Buteo Books - Home
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Birds of Western and Central Africa . by Ber van Perlo. Princeton, 2003. More than 1500 species illustrated on 109 color plates, distribution maps. 384 pp. Paper. $27.95
In Stock Now! Written and illustrated by the respected author of Birds of Southern Africa (1999) and Birds of Eastern Africa(1995). Welcome to Buteo Books! We are a small, family owned, independent bookstore, but we have one of the largest selections of Ornithology titles in the world. We cater to the beginner and expert birder, as well as serious students of Ornithology. Whether you travel the world, or enjoy birding your backyard, we can help you find the book you need. If this is your first visit, you're welcome to take some time to read a little about us . To place an order, print out our order form , then browse our catalog , making note of the titles you like. See ordering information for details. Contact us with any questions.
Learn more . . . Birds of Venezuela. Second edition . Just arrived! This new edition covers 1,381 species with 67 plates, line drawings, range maps. Completely new text by Steven Hilty updates Rodolphe Meyer de Schauensee's earlier edition and makes it the most up-to-date and comprehensive guide to the region. 928 pp. Paper - $55

71. Birds
R C ornithology. ornithology, the study of birds, is one of the foundingdisciplines of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County.
STAFF COLLECTION HOLDINGS Ornithology, the study of birds, is one of the founding disciplines of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. At the core of the program is a research collection of 112,000 specimens, representing over 5,400 species or nearly 60% of the world's modern birds.
The collections, among the largest in western North America, include 95,700 study skins, 2000 flat skins, 10,450 complete skeletons, 3000 fluid-preserved specimens, and 2500 tissue samples. Many of our 1,560 taxidermied mounts are on public exhibit in the Ralph W. Schreiber Hall of Birds. Our collections are worldwide in scope, with an emphasis on western North America (nearly 21,000 specimens from California alone), the Pacific Ocean Africa - particularly Kenya (10,097) and Uganda (9,459), and

72. Times Online
James Owen. Deer are on the rampage and putting rare birds at risk, according to the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, the British Trust for ornithology, and the British Deer Society. The League Against Cruel Sports (LACS) wants the deer population to be selfregulating, regardless.,,1561-593979,00.html
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SPECIAL REPORTS Working Parents Investor's Centre NI_AD('BottomLeft'); Country Life March 01, 2003 Look out, here comes a stag party James Owen Deer are on the rampage and putting rare birds at risk The march of red deer in upland Scotland has been matched by roe deer in lowland England. The roe deer, extinct in England and Wales 200 years ago, now numbers about 700,000. The sight of a big roe buck leaping across farmland thrills the heart. We are glad for its wild spirit, unfettered by hedges, fences and roads. Unfortunately its freedom is increasingly at the expense of other plants and animals. This spring the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds and the British Trust for Ornithology will begin monitoring birds in 350 woods. The study follows startling declines in many woodland species. Since the 1970s willow tit numbers have fallen 78 per cent, woodcock by 74 per cent, and song thrushes by more than half. Deer can change a wood drastically. They nibble back ash, bramble, hazel, honeysuckle and sallow, leaving less palatable species to flourish. They eat shoots and saplings, so preventing woodland from regenerating. Gradually they reduce the plant variety which is crucial for the diversity of other woodland wildlife.

73. San Diego Field Ornithology
Rare bird report archive and links.
Rare Bird Reports: (619) 688-2473 [619-NUT-BIRD] or E-mail San Diego Rare Bird Reports
Send San Diego Rare Bird Descriptions to: Elizabeth Copper, 227 "F" Ave., Coronado, CA 92118 or E-mail Elizabeth Copper
SDNHM San Diego Bird Atlas Project
Submit a San Diego Bird Atlas Incidental Winter Bird Report HERE
SDNHM San Diego County Bird Checklist ...
San Diego County Birds and Butterflies

74. Introduction To The Aves
Scientific background and information on birds.Category Science Biology Flora and Fauna Animalia Chordata Aves...... Interested in birds? There are several good ornithology sites on the Web. We alsomaintain our own list of Online ornithology Collections and Resources.
Introduction to the Aves
The Birds
The vertebrate class Aves includes the birds, an extremely distinctive and successful clade, with an estimated 9000 species worldwide, including the snowy owl pictured here. Although descended from the dinosaurs , birds have evolved remarkable specializations for flight: a unique "one-way" breathing system, light yet strong hollow bones, a skeleton in which many bones are fused or lost, powerful flight muscles, and most importantly feathers. Click on the buttons below to learn more about birds. You can navigate deeper into the birds by selecting "Systematics"!
UCMP Special Exhibit: Vertebrate Flight
Visit our series of pages on the wonder of flight in vertebrates, including a discussion of avian flight Interested in birds? There are several good ornithology sites on the Web. Check out the California State University BioWeb listing of ornithological sites, or the list of Electronic Resources on Ornithology . All of these have extensive lists of links to Web sites. Birding on the Web is also an excellent site.

75. Studies In Oregon Ornithology
Archive of monographs about the biology of birds in Oregon.
Yaquina Studies in Natural History (YSNH)
(formerly Studies in Oregon Ornithology)
Yaquina (pronounced yah kwin' ah) Studies in Natural History (YSNH) is published by Gahmken Press (gahm' ken)(P.O. Box 1467, Newport, Oregon 97365-0112 USA). Subject matter includes monographs about natural history in the Pacific Northwest. This series is numbered consecutively as independent monographs and appears at irregular intervals; there are no subscriptions. "Yaquina" refers to an Indian tribe, a river, an estuary, a headland, and an abandoned town along the central coast of Oregon, but this series is not limited to that geographical area. "Yaquina" also symbolizes the sense of geography or "place" that we can acquire for wherever we may be. What's New? (last modified on 2 March 2003)
Yaquina Studies in Natural History Table of Contents
Yaquina Studies in Natural History (formerly Studies in Oregon Ornithology) Titles
(Not yet available online) SOO No. 1 (1986). 1884-1923 Oregon Coast Bird Notes in Biological Survey Files. R. D. Bayer

76. Other Ornithological Collection Catalogs
Collections Databases Cornell University ornithology Collection Field Museum of NaturalHistory World Inventory of Anatomical Specimens Research and Collections
Collections Databases
Cornell University Ornithology Collection
Field Museum of Natural History
World Inventory of Anatomical Specimens
Research and Collections: Birds ...
Bird Catalog (gopher)
Bird Biodiversity
Natural History Museum, Berne, Switzerland
Aves Catalog (gopher)
Goeldi Collection of Brazilian vertebrates and insects
University of Alaska Museum
Bird Collection
University of Bergen Department of Zoology ...
Scientific Collections: Birds Other resources
Field Museum of Natural History
Herman Bumpus data for house sparrows
Bibliography of the Icterinae
Goose Bibliography ... Other resources If you find that we have missed a site, or if a link is broken, please inform our webmaster
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78. OUP: Ornithology
ornithology. Avian Incubation. Since the first volume of BWP was published in 1977,the ornithology publishing program at Oxford has grown and diversified.
VIEW BASKET Quick Links About OUP Career Opportunities Contacts Need help? Search the Catalogue Site Index American National Biography Booksellers' Information Service Children's Fiction and Poetry Children's Reference Dictionaries Dictionary of National Biography Digital Reference English Language Teaching Higher Education Textbooks Humanities International Education Unit Journals Law Medicine Music Oxford English Dictionary Reference Rights and Permissions Science School Books Social Sciences World's Classics UK and Europe Science Ornithology Searching and Browsing Search the Catalogue Information and Services Email News How to Order Ornithology Contacts Rights and Permissions Go To... Bird Families of the World Birds of the Western Palearctic Field Guides Handbooks ... Oxford Ornithology Series
Avian Incubation
This invaluable text covers all aspects of incubation biology.
Bird Migration, Second Edition
Why do birds migrate? Peter Berthold provides a concise and accessible synthesis of the known information on this age-old question.
Nightjars and their Allies
This beautiful new addition to the Bird Families of the World Series provides a detailed review of the biology and evolution of all Caprimulgiformes.

79. Cornell University Museum Of Vertebrates
Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates CUMV ornithology Collection. The CUMVornithology database can be searched via the link in the side menu.
Cornell University Museum of Vertebrates
CUMV Ornithology Collection
Another important bird collection at Cornell is the Macaulay Library of Natural Sounds at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology . MLNS is the largest collection of its kind in the world, with recordings of over 5,000 species of birds. The Lab of Ornithology is a membership institute dedicated to the study, appreciation, and conservation of birds. The Lab fosters understanding about nature and contributes to efforts to protect biological diversity through programs of research, education, and citizen science. CUMV Info




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