[Adelaide]: The South Australian Ornithological Association, 1963-1987. Octavo, Originally roneoed foolscap sheets then changing to a multi-page A4 format. This Newsletter was originally published "so that country members can keep in closer touch with the activities of the Association and become informed of all matters affecting them"
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London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, (1944. first edition), Octavo, map, bookplate of Dominic L. Serventy, publisher's bright green cloth, a very good copy.
Washington, DC: American Ornithologists Union, 1984. Octavo, text illustrations, bookplate, softcover. Ornithological Monographs No. 32.
Sydney: UNSW Press, 2011. Octavo, colour and black and white illustrations, dustwrapper. In this illustrated book, Anita Albus recounts the sad histories of several extinct bird species, including the Passenger pigeon, the Carolina parakeet, and the Great auk. She gives a detailed account of six rare birds: the Hermit ibis...
London: Salamander Books, 1989. Octavo, colour illustrations, laminated boards.
London: Salamander Books, 1990. Octavo, colour illustrations, laminated boards.
London: Salamander, 1987. Octavo, colour photographs, laminated boards.
London: Salamander Books, 1992. Quarto, colour photogprahps, dustwrapper.
Washington DC: American Ornithologists Union, 1984. Octavo, softcover.
Delhi: Oxford University Press, (1983. first edition). Folio, 104 colour plates, very good copy in dustwrapper. First published in ten volumes (1968 to 1975) by Oxford University Press.
Delhi: Oxford University Press, (1978-1987. second edition). Octavo, first five volumes of this set, dustwrappers, colour plates, fine set.
London: Thames and Hudson, 1962. Quarto, colour photographs, fine copy in dustwrapper.
London: Thames and Hudson, 1962. Quarto, colour photographs, lacks dustwrapper.
Lawrence, Kansas: American Ornithologists Union, (1983. sixth edition). Octavo, maps, a fine copy.
Place of publication unknown: American Ornithologists Union, (1910. third revised edition). Quarto, publisher's cloth, library stamps of the Raou, bumped corners, cracked hinge. Working copy.
Auckland: Whitcombe and Tombs, 1926. Octavo, photographs. Publisher's cloth, numbered subscriber's copy signed by the author, library stamp and library pocket, a very good copy, scarce.
Auckland: Century Hutchinson, 1986. Quarto, colour plates, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1988. Quarto, text illustrations, maps, fine copy.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1942. Octavo, photographs and text illustrations.
Cambridge: [Cambridge] University Press, 1924. Quarto, colour plates by the author, a few spots otherwise a very good copy.
London: Cage Birds, . Octavo, photograph, coloured stiff card wrappers.
Washington D C: American Ornithologists' Union, 2007. Octavo, colour photographs, wrappers. American Ornithologists' Union Monograph number 64.
Washington D C: American Ornithologists' Union, 1987. Octavo, black and white photographs, maps, wrappers. American Ornithologists' Union Monograph number 42.
[New York]: Michael Joseph, 1966. Quarto, two volumes, accompanying text leaves and 431 colour plates. Fine set in publisher's slipcase.
New York: W. W. Norton, 2013. Folio, publisher's cloth, slipcase, colour illustrations. John James Audubon's Birds of America has been reproduced often, beginning with the double elephant folio printed in England by Havill. After Audubon's death, his family arranged with the New York printer Julius Bien to produce another elephant...