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Book Stephen Moss (2023)
Ten Birds That Changed the World. (/isis/citation/CBB274595504/) unapi

Article Robert P. Prŷs-Jones (2022)
Allan Octavian Hume (1829–1912): His development as an ornithologist until his departure from Etawah district, India, in 1867. Archives of Natural History (pp. 391-407). (/isis/citation/CBB020031463/) unapi

Article Eleanor Larsson (2022)
“Here They Are in Flesh and Feather”: Walter Rothschild's “Private Zoo” and the Preparation and Taxonomic Study of Cassowaries. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 659-682). (/isis/citation/CBB700169968/) unapi

Article Katherine McLeod (2022)
The Call of the Hoatzin: Ecology, Evolution, and Eugenics at the Bronx Zoo. Centaurus: International Magazine of the History of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (pp. 683-704). (/isis/citation/CBB199228100/) unapi

Article Karl Schulze-Hagen; Tim R. Birkhead (2022)
Nikolaas Tinbergen’s children’s book Kleew (1947): The story of a herring gull. Archives of Natural History (pp. 231-248). (/isis/citation/CBB861710130/) unapi

Article Matthew Fishburn (2022)
Dwarf emus from Baudin's voyage (1800–1804): An overlooked engraving by Nicolas Huet (1770–1830). Archives of Natural History (pp. 285-297). (/isis/citation/CBB934796083/) unapi

Article Robert Montgomerie (2022)
Casey Albert Wood and the Fundus Oculi of Birds (1917). Archives of Natural History (pp. 347-363). (/isis/citation/CBB118033524/) unapi

Book Tim Birkhead (2022)
Birds and Us: A 12,000-Year History from Cave Art to Conservation. (/isis/citation/CBB429679681/) unapi

Article Dolly Jørgensen; Isla Gladstone (2022)
The Passenger Pigeon’s Past on Display for the Future. Environmental History (pp. 347-353). (/isis/citation/CBB029545778/) unapi

Article Nancy Langston; Kathleen Brosemer (2022)
Loons and the Risk of Extinction in a Warming, Toxic World. Environmental History (pp. 340-346). (/isis/citation/CBB344320540/) unapi

Book Jill Hunting (2022)
For Want of Wings: A Bird with Teeth and a Dinosaur in the Family. (/isis/citation/CBB350982255/) unapi

Article Alexandra Hui (2022)
How to Call a Duck. Historical Studies in the Natural Sciences (pp. 128-131). (/isis/citation/CBB969296859/) unapi

Article Janet Borland (2022)
Saving Red-Crowned Cranes: Children as Charismatic Conservationists in 1960s Japan. Environmental History (pp. 30-57). (/isis/citation/CBB034152458/) unapi

Article Reinhard Piechocki (2022)
Vom Vogelfang und Verzehr zu Verzicht und Verzauberung. Zur Entstehung eines modernen Nahrungs-Tabus in Deutschland (1750–1900) (From bird-catching and consumption to renunciation and enchantment. On the emergence of a modern food taboo in Germany (1750-1900)). Naturwissenschaftliche Rundschau (pp. 416-423). (/isis/citation/CBB806466035/) unapi

Book Boria Sax (2021)
Avian Illuminations: A Cultural History of Birds. (/isis/citation/CBB136509906/) unapi

Article P. B. Logan; M. A. Sidor (2021)
John James Audubon’s Prospectus for The Birds of America. Archives of Natural History (pp. 263-280). (/isis/citation/CBB010562786/) unapi

Article S. G. Sealy (2021)
Hamilton Mack Laing's specimen of a whooping crane, Grus americana. Archives of Natural History (pp. 205-214). (/isis/citation/CBB842105374/) unapi

Article Vida Javidi; Robert Montgomerie (2021)
Ornithological insights from Taylor White's birds. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 581-598). (/isis/citation/CBB782600545/) unapi

Book Robert McCracken Peck (2021)
The Natural History of Edward Lear, New Edition. (/isis/citation/CBB376262582/) unapi

Article Ann Datta (2021)
The courtship dance of a lesser bird of paradise figured in J. E. Gray's Illustrations of Indian zoology (1830–1835). Archives of Natural History (pp. 89-93). (/isis/citation/CBB497413685/) unapi

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