A history of British birds


A History of British Birds is a natural history book by Thomas Bewick  and Ralph Beilby published in two volumes and a supplement: 

  • Volume I, "History and Description of Land Birds", published in 1797
  • Volume II, "History and Description of Water Birds", published in 1804.
  • Supplement, published in 1821

Later edition:  Thomas Bewick and Ralph Beilby. A History of British Birds. Newcastle: Printed by Edw. Walker, Pilgrim-Street, for T. Bewick, 1826

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History of British birds. Thomas Bewick, 1804.
- Digitised version of the original book from 1804, available as a free eBook.

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Thomas Bewick (1753-1828)
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Thomas Bewick (1753-1828)
- Overview About Thomas Bewick Thomas Bewick (1753-1828). Bewick, the acclaimed wood engraver, artist and naturalist, was born in August 1753 at Cherryburn House, a small farm in the parish of ...

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