New York: Viking, . Clem, Robert Verity. First edition, Number 175 of 350 copies signed by all four... Read More about The Shorebirds of North America. Edited by Gardner Stout
Cambridge: at the University Press, 1913. Third Impression, with additions. Read More about Mendel's Principles of Heredity
Washington: GPO, 1907. First edition. Read More about Birds of California in Relation to the Fruit Business. Part I
Greenwich, Connecticut: New York Graphic Society, (1973). Second printing. Inscribed with drawings. Inscribed with drawings on the half-title by Beard to Don and Iris Hunt and extra-illustrated with an 1975 Christmas card on the front endpaper, two inscribed photographs on the half-title (one with dried insect), black-and-white photo of same..... Read More about Eyelids of Morning. The Mingled Destinies of Crocodiles and Men …
London: Witherby for the New York Zoological Society, 1918-1927. First Edition, no. 67 of 600 numbered copies. Beebe's text was been called "perhaps the greatest ornithological work of the present century, notable not only for its beauty and the wealth of information it contains, but also for the unusual grace..... Read More about A Monograph of the Pheasants
[Lower Basildon, Reading, Berk.]: World Pheasant Association, . Special leather-bound edition, Number 19 of 50 copies. Read More about Pheasant Jungles
New York: Published under the Auspices of the New York Zoological Society by Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1931. Read More about Pheasants, their Lives and Homes
New York: Published under the Auspices of the New York Zoological Society by Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1936. First one volume edition. Read More about Pheasants, their Lives and Homes
New York: Published under the Auspices of the New York Zoological Society by Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1936. Read More about Pheasants, their Lives and Homes
London: Lovell Reeve. First Edition. Read More about Outlines of British Fungology, containing characters of above a thousand species of fungi that...
Paris: Chez Méquigon-Marvis. Libtraire, rue de L'École de Médecine, 1818. First Collected edition. Chiefly remembered today for his Paul et Virginie, Barnardin de Saint-Pierre was also a naturalist who wrote extensively on the harmony and order of nature. Paul et Virginie, in fact, appears in Volume IV of his Etudes..... Read More about Œuvres Complètes
Los Angeles: 1929. "It is proposed that a COMPLETE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS be opened to the public on a fifty cent admission basis, which is to be properly laid out as an attractive Zoological and Botanical Garden with the finest and largest private collection of animals, birds and reptiles to be..... Read More about Report on Horne Zoological Corporation
Boston: Boston Society of Natural History, 1928. Memoiors of the Boston Society of Natural History, Volume 6, Number 3. Birds of the Russian Tundra. A large, scholarly work, based on the Russian Polar Expedition of 1900-1903 undertaken by the St.Petersburg Academy of Sciences. Read More about Birds of the Eurasian Tundra
New York: The American Museum of Natural History, 1936. First edition. Read More about Oceanic Birds of South America
Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1895. First edition. Read More about Birds from Moidart and Elsewhere
Paris: J.B. Baillière, 1866. First edition. Presentation Copy. Inscribed, "A Monsieur Jules Kinckel témoingage d'affection de l'auteur E. Blanchard." Read More about Les poissons des eaux douces de la France. Anatomie - physiologie - description des espèces -...
London: Orr and Smith, 1835. First edition. Read More about Popular Botany
London: Printed for W. Mears, 1726. Fifth edition, with an Appendix. Read More about New Improvements of Planting and Gardening, both Philosophical and Practical
Cleveland, Ohio: The Bird Research Foundation, 1951. First edition. Read More about Arizona and Its Bird Life. A Naturalist's Adventures with the Nesting Birds on the Deserts,...
N.d. Original Paul Bransom Drawing. A strong and attractive portrait.Paul Bransom (1885-1979), a native of Washington, D.C., received early training in mechanical drawing which led him to analyze and record the individual characteristics of each of the animals he drew. He had a long and distinguished career as an animal..... Read More about Vandergo Monkey
New York: The Century Co, . Inscribed. Brasher was a well-known bird artist, whose most noted work was "Birds and Trees of North America". This is an early work with a fine inscription, “To my friend 'Marguerite' An officer in the army fighting for a Square deal to the little..... Read More about Secrets of the Friendly Woods
London: Turner & Hadley for Thomas McLean, 1819. Second edition. Pirages:Brookshaw (ca. 1751-1823) was a successful London cabinet-maker whose painted Neoclassical furniture attracted such titled enthusiasts as the Duke of Devonshire and the Prince of Wales, but he suddenly abandoned this livelihood in the 1790s. Art historian Lucy Wood speculates..... Read More about Groups of Flowers (Groups of Fruit, Six Birds) drawn and accurately coloured after nature, with...
Feltham, Middlesex): McGraw-Hill, (1968). First American edition. Read More about Eagles, Hawks & Falcons of the World
London: Macmillan and Co., Limited. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1900. Reprint. Read More about Curiosities of Natural History. First & Fourth Series