Cambridge: [Cambridge] University Press, 1924. Quarto, colour plates by the author, a few spots otherwise a very good copy.
BIRDS - Shorebirds and Waders
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London: British Museum (Natural History), 1974. Octavo, illustrations, dustwrapper.
Melbourne: Bird Observers Club of Victoria, (1967. fourth edition). Octavo, colour frontispiece, text illustrations, wrappers.
Melbourne: Bird Observers Club of Victoria, (1952. first edition), Octavo, colour frontispiece, text illustrations, wrappers.
Melbourne: Bird Observers Club of Victoria, (1965. third edition), Octavo, colour frontispiece, text illustrations, wrappers.
Garden City: Doubleday & Company, 1981. Quarto, colour plates, text illustrations, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Lawrence: AOU, 1975. Octavo, text illustrations, wrappers. Ornithological Monographs No. 17.
Sydney: RAOU, 1954. Octavo, photographs, stiff wrappers. Reprinted from The Emu, volume 54.
New York: Viking Press, 1967. Small folio, colour plates by Robert Verity Clem, very good copy in slightly worn and chipped dustwrapper.
London: Debrett's Peerage, 1986. Quarto, colour photographs, bookplate, fine copy in dustwrapper.
Berkhamsted: Poyser, 1979. Octavo, photographs, very good copy in dustwrapper.
London: Collins, 1951. Octavo, illustrations, signature, very good copy in slightly foxed dustwrapper. New Naturalist Monograph 5.
Melbourne: ICI Australia, 1978. Octavo, wrappers, colour photographs.
The Hague: Wetlands International, 2008. Oblong format, colour photographs, maps, laminated boards, slightly bumped corner. Offers a photographic journey that follows the migration of shorebirds flying from their breeding grounds in the Arctic through East Asia to Australasia. This title highlights one of nature's most spectacular phenomena and reveals the...
London: Collins, 1939. Octavo, black and white photographs, bookplate of Roy Cooper, owner's stamp, a good copy in dustwrapper.
Auckland: Penguin Group, 2009. Quarto, paperback, colour photographs. BACK IN PRINT. This wonderfully illustrated book by shorebird expert Keith Woodley, tells the miraculous story of the Bar-tailed godwits and their migrations - why and how they do it. It follows the birds on their intrepid journeys, examining the places they...