By George A. Jobanek
This exhaustive, richly annotated source fills a major hole in Oregon chook literature. George Jobanek has conscientiously searched dozens of early ornithological, medical, and common heritage journals and guides, from American box to Zoe, for files of Oregon birds. end result of the rarity of many references and their inaccessibility to such a lot readers, the writer has supplied annotations for every of the approximately thousand entries. Jobanek conveys in a concise demeanour the salient issues of every article and often costs from the references, specially descriptions of abundance and variety. furthermore, some of the annotations comprise mentioning of modern references.By in brief describing each one merchandise, Jobanek finds its usefulness for modern readers. References are geared up through writer and cross-indexed via species, county, key observe, and 12 months of booklet. key phrases akin to habit, conservation, distribution, migration, nesting, plumage, and taxonomy were assigned to every access to mirror the first subject or subject matter of the Oregon fabric of the reference. A gazetteer identifies localities pointed out within the annotations.This bibliography is a beneficial new source for pro and expert beginner ornithologists, flora and fauna managers, ecologists, normal historians, librarians, and an individual drawn to birds within the Pacific Northwest. Its references will provide researchers a base for destiny stories and make allowance readers a glimpse of an past, golden period in ornithology.
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Extra info for An annotated bibliography of Oregon bird literature published before 1935
Geese nest at Klamath Lake. s. 2(5):21. . " Key word: nesting 106 Anonymous 1926. Swans on Klamath Lake. s. 2(5):21. 300 Tundra Swans seen [no date given] on Spring Lake, Klamath Co. Key word: distribution 107 Anonymous 1926. Jewett brings good report. s. 2(6):22. "Stanley G. Jewett of the United States biological survey made a recent trip through Harney and Lake counties. He found immense numbers of duck, geese and sage hens [=Sage Grouse] nesting in the lake region. " Key words: distribution, population 108 Anonymous 1926.
Gabrielson and Jewett, 1940, Birds of Oregon, p. " Key word: distribution 2 Anonymous 1874. Possibly a new bird for Oregon. Forest and Stream 3:68. E. Warner on Mount Hood, Clackamas Co. or Hood River Co. " See Anonymous, 1874, The Oregon bird (#3). Key word: distribution 3 Anonymous 1874. The Oregon bird. Forest and Stream 3:85. F. Baird and R. E. Warner on Mt. Hood, Clackamas Co. , as a Clark's Nutcracker. See Anonymous, 1874, Possibly a new bird from Oregon (#2). Key word: distribution 4 Anonymous 1880.
Silver Pheasants. Oregon Sportsman 3:18. Lists 23 Silver Pheasants released in 1914 in Benton, Josephine, Lane, and Yamhill Counties. Includes date and number released, with person responsible. Key words: distribution, introduction 70 Anonymous 1915. Golden Pheasants. Oregon Sportsman 3:19. Lists 40 Golden Pheasants released in 1914 in Benton, Josephine, Lane, Marion, and Yamhill Counties. Includes date and number released, with person responsible. Key words: distribution, introduction 71 Anonymous 1915.