Handbook of British Birds

Handbook Of British Birds

The Handbook of British Birds was a pioneering bird guide by H.F. Witherby, Rev. F.C.R. Jourdain, Norman F. Ticehurst and Bernard W. Tucker, published in five volumes by H. F. & G. Witherby between 1938-1941.

Read more about Handbook Of British Birds:  The Handbook, Popular Handbook, Popular Handbook of Rarer British Birds

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Handbook Of British Birds - Popular Handbook of Rarer British Birds
... The Popular Handbook of Rarer British Birds Author(s) Philip Hollom Illustrator David Reid-Henry et al Country United Kingdom Language English Subject(s) Ornithology ... Witherby Publication date 1960 Hollom also produced the supplemental The Popular Handbook of Rarer British Birds, in 1960 ... over 100 species omitted, on the grounds of their scarcity in Britain, from the Popular Handbook, about 30 of which had not occurred there at the time ...

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