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Published by Published by the author in Maidstone .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Weaverbirds,
  • Finches

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Edward Bartlett, Curator of the Maidstone Museum.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL696.P2 B2 1888
    The Physical Object
    Pagination204 p. in various pagings, [31] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages204
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17997977M
    LC Control Number31023367


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[Edward Bartlett]. Title: A monograph of the weaver-birds, Ploceidae, and arboreal and terrestrial finches, Fringillidae Year: Authors: Bartlett, Edward, d. Subjects: Weaverbirds Finches Publisher: Maidstone, The author Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries View Book Page: Book Viewer.

Title. A monograph of the weaver-birds, Ploceidae, and arboreal and terrestrial finches, Fringillidae. Bartlett, Edward, Frohawk, Frederick William. Maidstone: Author, Quarto, 5 parts in a single volume all published.

Publisher's brown cloth, 31 9 handcoloured plates by F. Frohawk. Boards slightly buckled otherwise an excellent copy free of foxing and blemishes, scarce. The only monograph on weavers and sparrows.

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zoom out Zoom zoom in. Cancel Generate Review No Pages Added. The Weaver Birds/Ploceidae are small passerine birds related to the Approximately species in this group are native chiefly to Africa, but several have been introduced elsewhere.

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A Monograph of the Weaver-Birds, Ploceidae, and Arboreal and Terrestrial Finches, Fringillidae (Paperback) Published by Franklin Classics Trade Press, United States () ISBN ISBN Image from page of "A monograph of the weaver-birds, Ploceidand arboreal and terrestrial finches, Fringillid" () by Internet Archive Book Images Feedback This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to help show ads that are more relevant to your interests.

The Weaver Birds or Weaver Finches (Ploceidae) are small birds that are related to the finches. They are named for their elaborately woven nests (the most elaborate of any birds).

The weaver group is divided into the buffalo, sparrow, typical, and widow weavers. Distribution / Range. Most occur naturally in, sub-Saharan Africa. Species Index of Weaver Birds or Weaver Finches (Ploceidae) Please note: Any content published on this site is commentary or opinion, and is protected under Free Speech.

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Title: A monograph of the weaver-birds, Ploceidand arboreal and terrestrial finches, Fringillid. Start studying Biology & Evolution. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

The finches of family Estrildidae are small birds of the Old World tropics and Australasia. They are closely related to the true sparrows of family Passeridae.

The estrilidid finches are gregarious and often seed-eaters with short, thick, but pointed bills. They vary from cm. Identifying birds has caught the fancy of many apart from bird watchers.

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Browse North American birds by shape—helpful if you don’t know exactly which type of bird you’ve seen. Social weaver, any of a number of small African birds of the family Ploceidae (order Passeriformes) that are extremely name is given particularly to Philetairus socius, which makes an “apartment house” in a tree: dozens of pairs of these little black-chinned birds cooperate year-round to maintain a thatchlike roof over the colony, which may contain chambers (one per.

Print; Email; Search by Color. Color is one of a bird's most obvious features. The links on the left will take you to images of some of the more commonly seen birds with a predominate color. weaverbird, name for the Ploceidae, a family of Old World seed-eating birds closely resembling finches (hence the alternate name weaver finch).

It includes a number of so-called goldfinches and waxbill finches that are actually weaverbirds, rather than true finches of the family Fringillidae.

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monographs was over, and mass-production printing techniques replaced it. The book that marks both the beginning of the modern period and, in a sense, its high-water mark, is William Beebe's A monograph of the pheasants. This consists of four folio volumes published by H.F. Witherbys. Did you scroll all this way to get facts about weaver birds nests.

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You guessed it: green. Northern Red Bishop: Small weaver finch with bright orange-red body and black belly. The head has a black crown, face, and bill and the wings are brown. Orange-red uppertail coverts are very long and extend over the short, brown tail.

Native to sub-Saharan Africa. One of the enduring mysteries of North American ornithology involves several species which were painted by Audubon in the early s but never seen again. The most striking and appealing of these birds is the Carbonated Swamp-Warbler, and since the painting was published ornithologists have debated whether this could be a rare and now-extinct species, Audubon’s mysteries:.

House Sparrow (Weaver Finch) Passer domesticus. Male House Sparrow Female House Sparrow Distribution of House Sparrows in North America For More Information on House Sparrows: Cornell University Ornithology Dept.

'Birds of Britain' Birdguide. North American Bluebird Society. Weavers are seed-eating birds with rounded conical bills, most of which breed in sub-Saharan Africa, with fewer species in tropical Asia and also in Australia. The weaver group is divided into the buffalo-weavers, sparrow-weavers and typical males of many species are brightly coloured, usually in red or yellow and black, some species show variation in colour only in the breeding.

Along willow-lined streams in Alaska in summer, the song of the Arctic Warbler is unmistakable: a slow trill, with an insistent or hammering sound. When the bird hops into view among the branches, it is less distinctive, plain olive and whitish with a pale eyebrow.

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