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A history of British birds, indigenous and migratory: including their organization, habits, and relations; remarks on classification and nomenclature; an account of the principal organs of birds, and observations relative to practical ornithology ...

Author: William MacGillivray
Publisher: London, Printed for Scott, Webster, and Geary, 1837-52.
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MacGillivray, William, 1796-1852.
History of British birds, indigenous and migratory.
London, Printed for Scott, Webster, and Geary, 1837-52
(OCoLC)656526796
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: William MacGillivray
OCLC Number: 5592308
Notes: Vol. 4-5 published by W.S. Orr and co.
Description: 5 v. illus., XXIX pl. 22 cm.
Contents: v. 1. Rasores, scrapers, or gallinaceous birds; Gemitores, cooers, or pigeons; Deglubitores, huskers, or conirostral birds; Vagatores, wanderers, or crows and allied genera.--v. 2. Cantatores, songsters.--v. 3. Reptatores, creepers; Scansores, climbers; Cuculinæ; Raptores, plunderers, or rapacious birds; Excursores, snatchers; Volitatores, gliders; Jaculatores, darters.--v. 4. Cursores, or runners; Tentatores, or probers; Aucupatores, or stalkers; Latitores, or skulkers.--v. 5. Cribratores, or sifters; Urinatores, or divers; Mersatores, or plungers.
Responsibility: By William Macgillivray ...

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