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American ornithology, or, The natural history of birds inhabiting the United States, not given by Wilson : with figures drawn, engraved, and coloured, from nature

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Bonaparte, Charles Lucian, 1803-1857
American ornithology, or, The natural history of birds inhabiting the United States, not given by Wilson : with figures drawn, engraved, and coloured, from nature
Vol. I
Philadelphia: Carey, Lea & Carey ..., 1825
4 v. : 27 col. plates. ; 40 cm.

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Contents

[Cover]

[Title page] American ornithology; or, the natural history of birds inhabiting the United States, not given by Wilson. With figures drawn, engraved, and coloured, from nature, pp. [i]-[ii]

Preface, pp. [iii]-vi

Index to the first volume

1. Fork-tailed flycatcher. 2. Rocky Mountain antcatcher. 3. Female golden-winged warbler

American ornithology. Fork-tailed flycatcher. Muscicapa savana. Plate I. Fig. 1, pp. [1]-5

Rocky-Mountain antcatcher. Myiothera obsoleta. Plate I. Fig. 2, pp. 6-11

Female golden-winged warbler. Sylvia chrysoptera. Plate I. Fig. 3, pp. 12-14 ff.

1. Swallow tailed flycatcher. 2. Arkansaw flycatcher. 3. Say's flycatcher. 4. Female golden crested wren

Swallow-tailed flycatcher. Muscicapa forficata. Plate II. Fig. 1, pp. 15-17

Arkansaw flycatcher. Muscicapa verticalis. Plate II. Fig. 2, pp. 18-19

Say's flycatcher. Muscicapa saya. Plate II. Fig. 3, pp. 20-21

Female golden-crowned gold-crest. Regulus cristatus. Plate II. Fig. 4, pp. 22-26 ff.

1. Yellow-headed blackbird. 2. Female. 3. Female Cape May warbler

Yellow-headed troopial. Icterus icterocephalus. Plate III. Fig. 1, male; 2, female, pp. 27-31

Female Cape-May warbler. Sylvia maritima. Plate III. Fig. 3, pp. 32-34 ff.

1. Great crow blackbird. 2. Female

Great crow-blackbird. Quiscalus major. Plate IV. Fig. 1, male; 2, female, pp. 35-41

Female common crow-blackbird. Quiscalus versicolor. Plate V. Fig. 1, p. 42

1. Female crow blackbird. 2. Orange-crowned warbler. 3. Lark finch, pp. [unnumbered]-44

Orange-crowned warbler. Sylvia celata. Plate V. Fig. 2, pp. 45-46

Lark finch. Fringilla grammaca. Plate V. Fig. 3, pp. 47-48 ff.

1. Crimson-necked bullfinch. 2. Female. 3. Arkansaw siskin. 4. Female American goldfinch. 5. Lazuli finch

Crimson-necked bullfinch. Pyrrhula frontalis. Plate VI. Fig. 1, male; Fig. 2, female, pp. 49-53

Arkansaw siskin. Fringilla psaltria. Plate VI. Fig. 3, pp. 54-56

Female American goldfinch. Fringilla tristis. Plate VI. Fig. 4, pp. 57-60

Lazuli finch. Fringilla am├Žna. Plate VI. Fig. 5, pp. 61-62 ff.

1. Fulvous or cliff swallow. 2. Burrowing owl

Fulvous or cliff swallow. Hirundo fulva. Plate VII. Fig. 1, pp. 63-67

Burrowing owl. Strix cunicularia. Plate VII. Fig. 2, pp. 68-74 ff.

1 and 2. Young yellow-bellied woodpeckers. 3. Band-tailed pigeon

Young yellow-bellied woodpecker. Picus varius. Plate VIII. Fig. 1, 2, pp. 75-76

Band-tailed pigeon. Columba fasciata. Plate VIII. Fig. 3, pp. 77-78 ff.

Wild turkey. Male and female

Wild turkey. Meleagris gallopavo. Plate IX. Male and female, pp. 79-105 ff.

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