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  • Nuttall / AOU Series in Ornithology
  • Memoirs
  • Publications

    NUTTALL / AOU SERIES IN ORNITHOLOGY
    Avian monographs published jointly by Nuttall Ornithological Club and American Ornithologists' Union.

    1. Birds of the Aleutian Islands, Alaska. Daniel D. Gibson and G. Vernon Byrd. 351 pp., 2007.
    2. California Condors in the 21st Century. Allan Mee and Linnea S. Hall. 279 pp., 2007.
    3. State of North America’s Birds of Prey. Edited by Keith L. Bildstein, Jeff P. Smith, Ernesto Ruelas Inzuna, and Richard R. Veit. 466 pp., 2008.

    MEMOIRS
    Volumes 1 - 10 are out of print.

     

    11. History of the Nuttall Ornithological Club 1873-1986. William E. Davis, Jr. 179 pp., frontispiece, 29 figures, 1987.
    12. Contributions to the History of North American Ornithology.  William E. Davis, Jr. and Jerome A. Jackson (editors). 501 pp., 108 figures, 1995.  
    13. Contributions to the History of North American Ornithology, Volume II. William E. Davis, Jr. and Jerome A. Jackson (editors). 401 pp., 118 figs., 2000.  
    14. Contributions to the History of Australasian Ornithology. William E. Davis, Jr., Harry F. Recher, Walter E. Boles, and Jerome A. Jackson (editors). 401 pp., 118 figures, 2008.
    15. Bird Banding in North America: The First Hundred Years. Jerome A. Jackson, William E. Davis, Jr., and John Tautin (editors). 280 pp., 62 figures, 2008.  
    16. Early Tasmanian Ornithology: The Correspondence of Ronald Campbell Gunn and James Grant 1836-1838. William E. Davis, Jr., editor. 263 pp., frontispiece, 30 figures, 2 appendices, 2009. ISBN 1-877973-47-5.
    This correspondence is the earliest attempt to identify and arrange taxonomically the birds of Tasmania and is some of the earliest avian taxonomic work by residents of Australia. It illustrates the difficulties implicit in taxonomic work in a pre-Darwinian era.

    17. Contributions to the History of North American Ornithology, Volume III. William E. Davis, Jr. and Jerome A. Jackson (editors). 385 pp., 84 figures, 1 appendix, 2010. ISBN 1-877973-46-7.
    This volume contains chapters on the first 60 years of the Massachusetts Audubon Society; ornithology at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Tall Timbers Research Station, and Archbold Biological Station; ornithology in Delaware and the Delaware Museum of Natural History; and ornithology at Manomet Bird Observatory. It concludes with biographical chapters on John Richardson and early Saskatchewan bird banders.
    18. Contributions to the History of Australasian Ornithology, Volume II. William E. Davis, Jr., Harry F. Recher and Walter E. Boles (editors). 532 pp., 106 figures, 2012.
    19. The Birds of New Hampshire. Allan R. Keith and Robert P. Fox. 469 pp, 2013.

    MEMOIRS
    out of print.

     

    1. Bird Migration. William Brewster. 22 pp., 1886.
    2. The Ipswich Sparrow (Ammodramus princeps Maynard) and Its Summer Home. Jonathan Dwight, Jr. 56 pp., 1 col. pl., 1895.
    3. The Birds of Essex County, Massachusetts. Charles Wendell Townsend. 352 pp. 1 pl., 1 map, 1905.
    4. The Birds of the Cambridge Region of Massachusetts. William Brewster. 425 pp. 4 pl., 3 maps, 1906.  
    5. Supplement to The Birds of Essex County Massachusetts. Charles Wendell Townsend. 195 pp., 1 pl., 1 map, 1920.
    6. The Birds of Cuba. Thomas Barbour. 141 pp., 4 pl., 1923.
    7. The Birds of Newfoundland Labrador. Oliver Luther Austin, Jr. 229 pp., 1 map, 1932.
    8. An Account of the Nuttall Ornithological Club 1873 to 1919. Charles Foster Batchelder. 109 pp., 1 pl., 1937.
    9. Cuban Ornithology. Thomas Barbour. 144 pp., 2 pl., 1943.
    10. A Bibliography of the Published Writing of William Brewster. Charles Foster Batchelder. 54 pp., 1951.

    PUBLICATIONS (1957 - present)
    Volumes 1 - 6, 12, 15 - 16
    are out of print.

     

    7. Life Histories of Central American Highland Birds. Alexander F. Skutch, 213 pp., 1 table, 6 figs., 1967.  
    8. Breeding Biology of the Blue-faced Booby Sula dactylatra personata on Green Island, Kure Atoll. Cameron B. Kepler. 97 pp., 42 tables, 32 figs., 1969.  
    9. Species Taxa of North American Birds: A Contribution to Comparative Systematics. Ernst Mayr and Lester L. Short. 127 pp., 8 tables, 1970.  
    10. Studies of Tropical American Birds. Alexander F. Skutch. 228 pp., 2 tables, 15 figs., 1972.  
    11. Communication and other Social Behavior in Parus carolinensis. Susan T. Smith. 125 pp., 6 tables, 22 figs., 1972.  
    13. Geographical Differentiation in the Genus Accipiter. Jan Wattel. 231 pp., 82 tables, 21 figs. 27 maps, 1973.  
    14. Avian Speciation in Tropical South America. With a Systematic Survey of the Toucans (Ramphastidae) and Jacamars (Galbulidae). Jurgen Haffer. 390 pp., 31 tables, 85 figs., 2 pl., 1974.  
    17. Relationships of the Superorders Alectoromorphae and Charadriomorphae (Aves): A Comparative Study of the Avian Hand. Boris C. Stegmann. 119 pp., 37 figs., 1978.  
    18. Geographic Variation in Social Behavior and in Adaptations to Competition among Andean Birds. Martin Moynihan. 162 pp., frontispiece, 42 tables, 16 figs., 1 map. 1979.  
    19. New Studies of Tropical American Birds. Alexander F. Skutch. 281 pp., 7 tables, 11 figs., 1981.  
    20. Life History Studies of Woodpeckers of Eastern North America. Lawrence Kilham. 240 pp., frontispiece, 58 figs., 1983.  
    21. Newfoundland Birds: Exploitation, Study, Conservation. William A. Montevecchi and Leslie M. Tuck. 273 pp., frontispiece, 23 tables, 40 figs., 1987.  
    22. Paleognathous Birds from the Early Tertiary of the Northern Hemisphere. Peter Houde. 148 pp., 27 tables, 41 figs., 1988.  
    23. Handbook of Avian Anatomy: Nomina Anatomica Avium. Second Edition. Julian J. Baumel (editor). 779 pp., 2 tables, 191 figs., 1993.  
    24. Oilbirds of Venezuela: Ecology and Conservation. Roberto Luis Roca. 84 pp., frontispiece, 13 tables, 26 figs., 1994.  
    25. Nearctic Passerine Migrants in South America. Raymond A. Paynter, Jr. 126 pp., 3 tables, 71 figs., 1995.  
    26. Geographical Variation in Birds of Java. G. F. Mees. 119 pp., 13 tables, 25 figs., 1996.  
    27. Pleistocene Birds of the Paleartic: A Catalogue. Tommy Tyrberg. 720 pp., 3 tables, 59 figs., 1998.  
    28. The Gray-cheeked Thrush, Catharus minimus, and its New England Subspecies, Bicknell’s Thrush, Catharus minimus bicknelli. Joe T. Marshall. 135 pp., 2 color plates, 5 maps, 6 figures, 2 photos, 2 tables, 2001.  

    PUBLICATIONS (1957 - 1966)
    out of print.

     

    1. The Comparative Biology of the Meadowlarks (Sturnella) in Wisconsin. Wesley E. Lanyon. 66 pp., 31 pl., 1957.  
    2. Comparative Breeding Behavior of Four Species of North American Herons. Andrew J. Meyerriecks. 158., 15 pl., 1960.  
    3. Structural Adaptations of the Head and Neck in the Black Skimmer Rynchops nigra Linnaeus. Richard L. Zusi. 101 pp., 5 tables, 44 figs., 1962.  
    4. The Rough winged Swallow Stelgidopteryx ruficollis (Viellot): A Study Based on Its Breeding Biology in Michigan. William A. Lunk. 155 pp., 19 figs., 3 pl., 1962.  
    5. Ecology and Bioenergetics of the Long-billed Marsh Wren Telmatodytes palustris griseus (Brewster) in Georgia Salt Marshes. Herbert W. Kale II. 142 pp., 61 tables, 22 figs., 1965.  
    6. Communication and Relationships in the Genus Tyrannus. W. John Smith. 250 pp., 3 tables, 51 figs., 1966.  
    12. Avifauna of the Eastern Highlands of New Guinea. Jared M. Diamond. 438 pp., 19 tables, 42 figs., 4 maps, 1972.  
    15. Avian Energetics. Raymond A. Paynter, Jr. (editor). 334 pp., 48 tables, 57 figs., 1974.
    16. Comparative Study of Todies (Todidae), with Emphasis on the Puerto Rican Tody, Todus mexicanus. Angela K. Kepler. 206 pp., 37 tables, 67 figs., 7 maps, 1977.  

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