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Ornithological rambles in Sussex

A. E. Knox

Ornithological rambles in Sussex

with a systematic catalogue of the birds of that county, and remarks on their local distribution

by A. E. Knox

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Published by J. Van Voorst in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birds -- England -- Sussex

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    Statementby A.E. Knox.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, [1], 250, [8] p., [4] leaves of plates ([8] p. at end advertisements) :
    Number of Pages250
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15386694M

    Above the images colour-corrected and cropped. Camera was Panasonic DMC FZ, set to aperture F4, ISO, 1/sec exposures. Sussex Ornithological Society. The Sussex Ornithological Society aims to help birdlife by recording and studying wild birds in Sussex, as well as writing, talking, discussing and thinking about all kinds of birds in Sussex.


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Ornithological rambles in Sussex: with a systematic catalogue of the birds of that county, and remarks on their local distribution. [Arthur Edward Knox]. Ornithological rambles in Sussex; with a systematic catalogue of the birds of that county, and remarks on their local distribution.

By A. KnoxPages: A. Knox was a country gentleman who lived in Sussex and Ornithological rambles in Sussex book and contributed notes to The Zoologist. His book Ornithological Rambles in Sussex received a favourable review from his friend and country-neighbour, Bishop Wilberforce, helping the sale of the book so that a second edition appeared in and a third edition in Ornithological Rambles in Sussex.

Title: Ornithological Rambles in Sussex. Original green pictorial cloth gilt, pp., errata, 4pp publisher's catalogue, 4 tinted lithograph plates. A particularly choice copy with just a few light spots to rear cover and spine slightly age toned, otherwise a fine tight crisp Rating: % positive.

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A guide to all the birds of Great Britain ()‎ (15 F) Our native songsters‎ (81 F) Our rarer birds‎ (7 F) R. "Parham Park, in West Sussex, can still boast of one of the most interesting heronries in the south of England." — Knox's Ornithological Rambles in Sussex.

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American Ornithological Society (Formed in by the merger of the American Ornithologists' Union and the Cooper Ornithological Society) Association of Field Ornithologists Baird Ornithological Club [1]. William Borrer () The Birds of Sussex. London: Porter, PDF. Alfred Knox () Ornithological Rambles in Sussex with a Systematic Catalogue of the Birds of that County and Remarks on their Local Distribution.

London: John van Voorst, PDF. *Locals can buy and collect a copy from Val Bentley in Henfield, thus saving P&P. Email her for details. The Sussex people, it would seem, do not take kindly to missionaries, for John Wesley records that he had less success in this county than in all England.

Between Selsey and Bognor lies Pagham, famous in the pages of Knox’s Ornithological Rambles, but otherwise unknown. Of the lost glories of Pagham, which was once a harbour, but is now dry.

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London: John van Voorst, First edition, 12mo ( x mm.) Frontispiece, 4 tinted-lithographed plates, 8pp. publisher's advertisements at rear, errata slip (a few pencil notes to rear.). At Trotton Place lived Arthur Edward Knox, whose Ornithological Rambles in Sussex, published inis one of the few books worthy to stand beside White's Natural History of Selborne.

In Sussex, as elsewhere, the fowler has prevailed, and although rare birds are still occasionally to be seen, they now visit the country only by accident, and.Ornithological Rambles in Sussex A E Knox Full Plate Illustrations Birds: Price: £ A comprehensive account of ornithological life in the County of four full page plates.A E Knox was a keen sportsman and amateur naturalist who enjoyed hunting, shooting and fishing.The Sussex Ornithological Society aims to help birdlife by recording and studying wild birds in Sussex, as well as writing, talking, discussing and thinking about all kinds of birds in Sussex.

The Ornithologists' website contains a lot of useful information including maps which show the best places in Sussex for birdwatching, as well as records.