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Williamson, W.J.F. 1914: The Birds of Bangkok. Journal of the Natural History Society of Siam Bangkok, 1 71-92
Ticehurst, N.F. 1920: The Birds of Bardsey Island, pt. 6. British Birds, 13 214-216
Chisholm, E.C. 1938: The Birds of Barellan, New South Wales, with botanical and other notes. Emu: 301-313
Leach, A.C. 1934: The Birds of Barrow Gurney reservoirs. Report Bristol Nat Soc 4: 7: 463-469
Hartert, E. 1903: The Birds of Batjan. Novitates Zoologicae, X 43-64
Oberholser, H.C. 1917: The Birds of Bawean Island, Java sea. Washington DC Proceedings U S National Museum, 52 183-198
Faxon, W.; Hoffmann, R. 1900: The Birds of Berkshire County, Massachusetts. Coll of Berkshire Hist and Sci Soc, III 109-166
Monson, G.W. 1934: The Birds of Berlin and Harwood Townships, Cess County, North Dakota. Wilson Bulletin 46: 37-58
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Vorderman, A.G. 1891: The Birds of Billiton. Notes from the Leyden Museum, XIII 121-130
Chasen, F.N. 1937: The Birds of Billiton Island. Treubia Buitenzorg 16: 205-238
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Bond, J.; Schauensee, R.M. de. 1942: The Birds of Bolivia. Part i. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 94: 307-391
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Ali, S.; Abdulali, H. 1936: The Birds of Bombay and Salsette. Part i. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 89: 83-103
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Phillips, E.C. 1881: The Birds of Breconshire. Zool, 402-409
Ticehurst, C.B. 1926: The Birds of British Baluchistan. Pt. I. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 31: 687-711
Ticehurst, C.B. 1927: The Birds of British Baluchistan. Pt. ii. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 31: 862-881
Hartert, E. 1900: The Birds of Buru, being a list of collections made on that island by Messrs William Doherty and Dumas. Novitates Zoologicae, VII 226-242
Baker, E.C.; Stuart. 1901: The Birds of Cachar. Journal Bombay Society, XIII 399-405
Mcgregor, R.C. 1904: The Birds of Calayan and Fuga, Babuyan Groups. Bulletin of the Philippine Museum 4: 1-34
Carrick, R.; Waterston, G. 1939: The Birds of Canna. Scottish Naturalist, 5-22
Ali, S. 1940: The Birds of Central India with notea by H. Whistler. Part II. Jy nat. Hist. Soc: 470-488
Ali, S. 1939: The Birds of Central India. With notes by H. Whistler. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 41: 82-106
Deignan, H.G. 1931: The Birds of Chiengmai region. Journal of the Siam Society Natural History Supplement 8: 131-176
Smith, K.V. 1935: The Birds of Chowilla Station and district. South Australian Ornithologist 18: 42-47
Anon, 1943: The Birds of Christ's Hospital. Rept's Hos(W. Horsham) nat. Hist. Soc: 35-55.
Cooke, W.W. 1900: The Birds of Colorado. A second appendix to Bulletin No. 37. Bulletin Colorado Experiment Station 56: 179-239
Harvey, W.J. 1928: The Birds of Coombe District, S.A. South Australian Ornithologist 9: 267-269
Lowe, W.B. 1925: The Birds of Crenddyn and the adjacent districts of Carnarvonshire and Denbighshire. Proceedings of the Llandudno Field Club 10: 120-150
Payne, H.W. 1931: The Birds of Creswick, Vic. Emu Melbourne 30: 228-232
Stephens, T.C. 1937: The Birds of Dakota County, Nebraska. American Midland Naturalist 18: 373-397
Hartert, E. 1900: The Birds of Dammer Island in the Banda Sea. Novitates Zoologicae, VII 1224
Thomson, J.A. 1923: The Birds of Dee: a Biological Glimpse. Deeside Field Aberdeen 1922: 42-46
Ryan, J. 1950: The Birds of Dimbula. Loris Colombo 5: 200-202
Ryan, J. 1907: The Birds of Dimbula Spol. Zeyl Colombo 4(pt. 17: 13-16
Cox, H.L. 1879: The Birds of Dublin and Wicklow. Zool, 449-454, 477-487
Sheppard, T. 1927: The Birds of East Yorkshire. Hull Museums Publications, no. 150: 221-228
Higgins, R.H. 1937: The Birds of Eastbourne Town. Transactions of the Eastbourne Natural History Society 11(4): 29-35
Dalgety, C.T. 1928: The Birds of Edge Island. Geographical Journal London 72: 139-140
Bryson, A.G.S.; Waterston, G. 1932: The Birds of Eigg-some notes on their status. Scottish Naturalist, 29-30
Kirby, H. 1925: The Birds of Fanning Island, Central Pacific Ocean. Condor Berkeley 27: 185- 196
Glegg, W.E. 1943: The Birds of File de la Camargue et la petito Camargue-Early records. Ibis 85: 300-307
Bailey, H.H. 1925: The Birds of Florida. Unknown
Fenton, C.L. 1923: The Birds of Floyd County, Iowa. American Nat. Notre Dame Indiana: 189-208 230-256
Gent, C.J. 1935: The Birds of Gosforth Park. Vasculum Newcastle-on-Tyne 21: 86-91
Cordeaux, J. 1891: The Birds of Greenland. Zool, xlix 241-246
Ridgway, R. 1877: The Birds of Guadalupe Island discussed with reference to the present generis of species. Bull Orn. Club: 58-66
Royds, T.F. 1924: The Birds of Haughton. Transactions of the North Staffordshire Field Club 58: 73-78
Stone, W. 1932: The Birds of Honduras with special reference to a collection made in 1930 by John T. Emlen, Jr., and C. Brooke Worth. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 84: 291-342
Hutson, H.P.W. 1931: The Birds of Hong Kong. Hong Kong Naturalist 2: 151-152
Herklots, G.A.C. 1935: The Birds of Hong Kong, XVII. Eudynamis 5 pp. 237-238 col. pl.; XVIII Centropus 6pp. 1-4 col. pl.; XIX Hirundo 6 pp. 85-87 col. pl. Hong Kong Naturalist 1934-5;
Herklots, G.A.C. 1934: The Birds of Hong Kong. A list of species. Hong Kong Naturalist 5: 239-251
Herklots, G.A.C. 1936: The Birds of Hong Kong. Part XXII. Family Scolopacidae. XXIII. Family Oriolidae. Hong Kong Naturalist 7(1-4): 99-101
Herklots, G.A.C. 1935: The Birds of Hong Kong. Parts XX, XXI. Fams. Zoateropidae and Ploceidae. Hong Kong Naturalist 6: 159-162, 163-166
Herklots, G.A.C. 1940: The Birds of Hong Kong. Pt. XXXIII. Family Rallidae pp. 1-4 col. pl. Pt. XXXIV Subfamily Tringinae pp. 5-10 1 pl. Pt. XXXVFamily Psittacidae pp. 75-78 col. pl. HongKong Nat 0
Herklots, G.A.C. 1933: The Birds of Hong Kong. Pt. xiii: Fam. Capitonidae. Hong Kong Naturalist 4: 83-84
Herklots, G.A.C. 1934: The Birds of Hong Kong. Pt. xv. Hong Kong Naturalist 5: 77-78
Herklots, G.A.C. 1934: The Birds of Hong Kong. Pt. xvi: Motacillidae. Hong Kong Naturalist 5: 163-169
Aylmer, E.A. 1932: The Birds of Hong Kong. Pts. IX, X. Hong Kong Naturalist 3(3-5): 77-79
Herklots, G.A.C. 1938: The Birds of Hong Kong. Pts. xxviii, xxix Drongos and Flower-Peckers. Hong Kong Naturalist 8: 153-158
Courtenay, Q.F. 1935: The Birds of Horden. Vasculum Newcastle-on-Tyne 21: 10-15
Glegg, W.E. 1941: The Birds of I'Ile de la Camargue et la Petite Canmargue. Supplement. Ibis, 556-610
Mcwilliam, J.M. 1938: The Birds of Inchmarnock, a Clyde Island. Transh. Nat. Hist. Soc: 1-17
Ticehurst, C.B.; Cheesman, R.E. 1925: The Birds of Jabrin, Jafura and Hasa in Central and Eastern Arabia and of Bahrain Island, Persian Gulf. Ibis London, 1-31
Clarke, W.; Eagle. 1890: The Birds of Jan Mayen Island. Zool 3(xiv): 1-16 & 142-51
Rollin, C.N. 1928: The Birds of Jarrow Slake. Vasculum Newcastle-on-Tyne 14: 144-147
Morgan, A.M. 1906: The Birds of Kangaroo Island. Emu Melbourne, 5 224-225
Someren, V.G.; Lvan. 1936: The Birds of Kenya and Uganda (vol. ii pt. 5 Charadriidae). Journal of the East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society 13: 29-72
Someren, V.G.L. van. 1925: The Birds of Kenya and Uganda. Part I. Guinea-fowl. Journal of the East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society, no. 22: 1-21
Someren, V.G.L. van. 1927: The Birds of Kenya and Uganda. Part V. Journal of the East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society 29: 44-56
Someren, V.G.; Lvan. 1931: The Birds of Kenya and Uganda. Part VIII. Journal of the East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society, no. 38-39: 34-65
Someren, V.G.L. van. 1927: The Birds of Kenya and Uganda. Pts. VI, VII. Journal of the East Africa and Uganda Natural History Society 31: 71-95
Friedmann, H. 1935: The Birds of Kodiak Island, Alaska. Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 5: 13-54
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Glegg, W.E. 1931: The Birds of L'Ile de la Camargue et la Petite Camargue. Ibis London, 209-241, 419-446
Osmaston, B.B. 1925: The Birds of Ladakh. Ibis London, 663-719
Stelfox, A.W. 1938: The Birds of Lagore about one thousand years ago. Irish Nat. Belfast: 37-43
Whistler, H. 1925: The Birds of Lahul, N.W. Himalaya. Ibis London: 152-208
Brandon, T. 1937: The Birds of Langhorne's Creek district. S. Orn: 29-32
Alexander, H.G. 1927: The Birds of Latium, Italy. Ibis London, 245-283
Blathwayt, F.L. 1912: The Birds of Lincolnshire; additions to the County list. Zoologist London, 60-63
Hamilton, D. 1931: The Birds of Linlithgow Loch. Scottish Naturalist, 7-10
Hamilton, E. 1879: The Birds of London: Past and Present, Resident and Casual. Zool, 273-291
Snyder, L.L. 1931: The Birds of Long Point and vicinity. Transactions of the Canadian Institute 18: 139-227
Hindwood, K.A. 1942: The Birds of Long Reef, Now South Wales. Procol. Soc. N.S.W. for: 14-33
Arthur, S.C. 1931: The Birds of Louisiana. New Orleans, Pp. 598
Ticehurst, C.B. 1912: The Birds of Lower Egvpt. Zoologist London, 41-59
Harrisson, T.H. 1932: The Birds of Lundy Island from1922to 1931 with special reference to numerical fluctuation. British Birds 25: 212-219
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Sharpe, H.B. 1931: The Birds of Marsabit Mountain, Kenya Colony. Bateleur Nairobi 3: 9-14, 35-39, 97-103
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Ali, S. 1942: The Birds of Mysore; with notes by Hugh Whistler. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 43: 128-147, 318-341
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Baker, C.E.; Stuart. 1893: The Birds of North Cachar. Journal Bombay Society, VIII 162-211
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Seth-Smith, D. 1923: The Birds of Paradise and Bower Birds. Avicultural Magazine London 4: 1: 41-60
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Chisholm, A.H.; Cayley, N.W. 1929: The Birds of Port Stephens, N.S.W. Emu Melbourne 28: 243-251
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Carnaby, J.C. 1933: The Birds of the Lake Grace district, W. A. Emu Melbourne 88: 103-109
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Glegg, W.E. 1934: The Birds of the Lee valley reservoirs. Essex Naturalist 24: 179-209
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Crandall, L.S. 1921: The Blue Bird of Paradise. Zoological Society Bulletin New York 24: 111-113
Astley, H.D. 1912: The Blue Chaffinch of Teneriffe (Fringilla leydea). Avicultural Magazine London, 3 195-197
Piers, H. 1923: The Blue Crab (Callinectes sapidus Rathbun): Extension of its range northward to near Halifax, Nova Scotia. Proceedings of the Nova Scotian Institute of Science 15: 83-90
Clarke, W.E. 1914: The Blue Fulmar : its plumage and distribution. Scottish Naturalist, 221-225
Sutton, G.M. 1931: The Blue Goose and Lesser Snow Goose on Southampton Island, Hudson Bay. Auk 48: 335-364
McIlhenny, E.A. 1932: The Blue Goose in its. winter home. Auk 49: 279-306
Wood, DT. 1949: The Blue Gros beak in Santa Barbara County, Cali-fornia. Condor 51: 151
Beal, F.E.L. 1897: The Blue Jay and its food. Year-book of the US Department of Agriculture for 1896: 197-206
Smith, H.G. 1905: The Blue Jay and other Eastern birds at Wray, Yuma County, Colorado. Auk, XXII 81 & 82
Pratt, G.B. 1907: The Blue Jay as a destroyer. Bird Lore Harrisburg P: 9 82-83
Horsbrugh, B. 1907: The Blue Knorhaan (Otis coeruleus). Avicultural Magazine Brighton Ser 2: 5 139-142
Lang, W.D. 1924: The Blue Lias of the Devon and Dorset Coasts. Proceedings Ass. London: 169-185
Arbib, R. 1977: The Blue List for 1978. American Birds 316: 1087-1096
Irving, W.G.; Hinman, E.H. 1935: The Blue Mud-Dauber as a Predator of the Black Widow Spider. Science 82(2130): 395-396
Astley, H.D. 1913: The Blue Niltava Xanthopygia cyanomelaena. AvicultLondon: 189-192
Dell, R.K. 1952: The Blue Petrel in Australian waters. Emu 52: 147-152
Sowerby, A. de C. 1923: The Blue Sheep of Kansu. China Journal of Science and Arts 1: 158-160
Yealland, j j. 1964: The Blue Snow Chat (Graniala coelkolor). Avicultural Magazine 70: 79
Warham, J. 1955: The Blue Tit's year. New Biol 19: 70-80
Seth-Smith, D. 1930: The Blue Touraco, Corythaeola cristata. Avicultural Magazine 8: 1-2
Seth-Smith, L.M. 1928: The Blue Touracou (Corythaeola cristata). Avicultural Magazine London 4: 6: 186-188
Archey, G. 1926: The Blue Whale (Balaenoptera musculus). Two new records from New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Science and Technology, 8: 189
Fraser, F.C.; Smith, G.F.H. 1934: The Blue Whale skeleton in the Whale Hall. Natural History Magazine 4: 228-232
Astley, H.D. 1903: The Blue Whistling Thrush (Myiophoneus temmincki). Avicultural Magazine 2(i): 196-201
Warham, J. 1958: The Blue Wren ; courtship feeding and predation by snake. Emu 58: 97-98
Glover, B. 1956: The Blue Wren along the Murray River. Emu 56: 228
Dove, H.S. 1910: The Blue Wren of Tasmania, some details of its life-history. Emu Melbourne, 9 151-155
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Sheppard, R.W. 1936: The Blue and Lesser Snow Goose at Niagara Falls. Auk 53: 204-207
Symons, R.E. 1918: The Blue or Common Heron. Bulletin South African Biological Society 2: 17-20
Mcneill, F.A. 1937: The Blue-Bottle Terror of the Surf Bather. AustMag. Sydney: 223-226
Longley, G. 1939: The Blue-Tongued Lizard (Tiliqua scincoides). Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales, 1938-39: 39-42
Parkes, K.C. 1969: The Blue-backed tanager (Cyanicterus cyanicterus), a genus new to Venezuela, with notes on its plumage. Auk 86: 568-569
Phillipps, R. 1903: The Blue-breasted Waxbill (Estrilda angolensis). Avicultural Magazine 2(i): 120-124
Illidge, R. 1924: The Blue-faced Lorilet (Opopsitta coxeni Gould). Queensland Naturalist 4: 113-114
Pearson, L.S. 1908: The Blue-gray Gnatcatcher in south-eastern Pennsylvania. Auk Cambridge N Ser, 25 481
Rossem, A.; Jvan.; Hachisuka, M. 1937: The Blue-gray Gnatcatcher of southern Sonora. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 50: 109-110
Astley, H.D. 1913: The Blue-headed Rock Thrush-Petrocincla cinchloryncha. Avicultural Magazine London, 4 349-350
Webb, C.J. 1952: The Blue-shouldered Robin-Chat. Avicultural Magazine 58: 1-2
Webb, C.S. 1939: The Blue-shouldered Tanager (Compsocoma somptuosa cyanaptera). Avicultural Magazine 4: 1-2
Grant, C. 1927: The Blue-tail Skink of Kansas Eumeces guttulatus. Copeia Northampton 164: 67-69
Willard, F.C. 1911: The Blue-throated Hummingbird. Condor Hollywood, 13 46-49
Blaauw, F.E. 1925: The Blue-winged Goose of Abyssinia (Cyanochen cyanotera). Avicultural Magazine London 4: 3: 169-171
Boosey, E.J. 1932: The Blue-winged Grass Parrakeet (Neonanodes chrysostomus). Avicultural Magazine 4: 10: 21-22
Harper, E.W. 1902: The Blue-winged Siva (Siva cyanuroptera). Avicultural Magazine, VIII 243-245
Torrey, B. 1909: The Blue-winged Teal (Querquedula discors) at Santa Barbara. Condor Hollywood, 11 173-174
Ramsden, C.T. 1910: The Blue-winged Teal in Cuba in summer. Auk Cambridge Mass, 27 452
Short, L.L.; Jr. 1962: The Blue-winged Warbler and Golden-winged Warbler in Central New York. Kingbird 12: 59-67
Allen, F.H. 1919: The Blue-winged Warbler near Boston. Auk Cambridge Mass, 36 292
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Dwight, Jonathan jun. 1909: The Bluebird (Sialia sialis) in Quebec. Auk Cambridge Mass, 26 83
Butler, A.G. 1907: The Bluebird in captivity. Avicult Brighton, Ser. 2: 50-53
Hirschfeld, C.J. 1963: The Bluegrass Physiographic Province and its influence upon the distribution of Kentucky amphibians and reptiles. Journal of the Ohio Herpetological Society, 41/2: 63
Norris, C.E. 1963: The Bluetailed Bee-eater, Merops philippinus Linnaeus, nesting in Ceylon. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 60: 259
Anon.; Bluntschli, H. 1951: The Bluntschli collection of primate and insectivore embryos. Message from Professor Bluntschli. Yearbook of the Carnegie Institution of Washington 50: 160-165
Eriksson, K.; Salminen, P. 1967: The Blyth's reed warbler (Acrocephalus dumetorum) heard singing at Ristijarvi (64 30' N.) on June 14, 1966. Ornis Fennica 44: 84
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Pollard, J.R.T. 1947: The Boarded Vulture, Gypaetus barbatus meidionalis Keyserling & Blasius, in Kenya Colony. Ibis 89: 120-122
Hutton, O.O. 1939: The Bob's Cove Tertiary Beds in ihe Moonlight Thrust-fault. Trans Roy. Soc. N.Z: 73-88
Chapman, F.M. 1909: The Bobolink. Bird Lore Harrisburg P: 11 137-140
Ramsden, C.T. 1914: The Bobolink (Dolichonyx oryzivorus) as a conveyer of Mollusca. Auk Cambridge Mass, 31 250
Miller, R.F. 1910: The Bobolink at Philadelphia, Pa., and vicinity in. summer and autumn. Auk Cambridge Mass, 27 81-83
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