AVIS-IBIS

Birds of Indian Subcontinent

Literature

Authorssort descendingYearTitle
1919Buchfink ( Fringilla coelebs )
1919Grünling ( Chloris chloris )
1919Star ( Sturnus vulgaris )
1919Mehlschwalbe ( Delichon urbica )
1919Fasan ( Phasianus colchicus )
1919Nebelkrähen ( Corvus cornix )
M., WL1919Review: An Essay on Crows
1919Mauersegler ( Apus apus )
1919Mäusebussard ( Buteo buteo )
1919Störche ( Ciconia ciconia )
1919Bläfshuhn ( Fulica atra )
Allen, FH1919The Aesthetic Sense in Birds as Illustrated by the Crow
BANNBRMAN, DAVIDA1919XXXII.–List of the Birds of the Canary Islands, with detailed reference to the Migratory Species and the Accidental Visitors. Part IV. ANATIDæ–LAMDæ.
BANNERMAK, DAVIDA1919XXIV.–List of the Birds of the Canary Islands, with detailed reference to the Migratory Species and the Accidental Visitors. Part III. PICIDJK–SULIUJE.
Bannerman, DA1919XVI.–List of the Birds of the Canary Islands, with detailed reference to the Migratory Species and the Accidental Visitors. Part II. TURDIDæ–HIRUNDINIDTæ.
Bannerman, DA1919VI.–List of the Birds of the Canary Islands, with detailed reference to the Migratory Species and the Accidental Visitors. Part 1. CORVIDæ–SYLVIIDVæ
Bent, AC1919Geographical Variation in the Black-Throated Loons
Bergtold, WH1919The Crow in Colorado
Beveridge, GS1919The Jay in Westmeath
Burkitt, JP1919The Wren
Campbell, DC1919Hoopoe in Innishowen
Chubb, C1919XV.-Notes on Collections of Birds in the British Museum, Part 11. from Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and Argentina. PODICIPEDIFORMES - ACCIPITHIFOHMES.
Coale, HK1919Magpie (Pica pica hudsonia) in Northeastern Illinois
Doolittle, EA1919Rough-Winged Swallow, Unusual Nesting Sites
Doolittle, EA1919A Strange Blue Jay Flight
Dubois, AD1919An Experience with Horned Grebes (Colymbus Auritus)
Farley, JA1919Early Arrival of the Tree Swallow in Plymouth
Goodhue, I1919The Song of the Blue Jay
Guinness, H1919Distribution of Jays
Hesse, H1919Vorkommen von Sula bassana L. an der Wesermündung
Holt, EG1919Red-Bellied Nuthatch (Sitta canadensis) in Alabama
Kirkwood, M1919Black-Tailed Godwits in Co. Mayo
Lewis, HF1919Song of the Canada Jay
W. Miller, DW1919The Pine Grosbeak (Pinicola enucleator leucura) in Northwestern New Jersey
Oberholser, HC1919Gavia Stellata in the Mountains of Western North Carolina
Oberholser, HC, Oberholzer, HC1919Description of Another New Subspecies of Lanius ludovicianus
Penard, TE1919The Name of the Black Cuckoo
Pentland, GH1919The Jay in Co. Louth
Phillips, CL1919A Late Record for Rallus elegans for Maine
Raynor, HM1919Golden Eagle at East Moriches, N. Y.
Sclater, WL1919XIV.–A note on the Buzzards of the Ethiopian Region.
SNOUCKAERT, BRC1919XXX.–Note on the Jays of Holland
Stendall, JASidney, R. Praeger, L1919The Two-Barred Crossbill
Stone, W1919Early Occurrence of the Red-Breasted Nuthatch in New Jersey
Stone, W1919Occurrence of the Red Phalarope in Pennsylvania
Swales, BH1919Stilt Sandpiper (Micropalama himantopus) in Wyoming
Torrey, RM, Knight, MG1919A Self-Tamed Ruffed Grouse
Tuttle, HE1919Some Notes on the Drumming of the Ruffed Grouse
Wayne, AT1919Early Nesting of the Loggerhead Shrike Lanius ludovicianus ludovicianus) at Savannah, Ga.
Wilson, ES1919Late Nesting of the Red-Eyed Vireo in Detroit, Mich.

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