6 edition of The Indian ducks and their allies. found in the catalog.
|Statement||With 30 col. plates by H. Grönvold, G. E. Lodge and J. G. Keulemans.|
|LC Classifications||QL696.A5 B3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 292 p.|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||48033912|
The Indian ducks and their allies. ([Bombay] Bombay Natural History Society, ), by E. C. Stuart Baker (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Working together: geese and ducks for the future. London: Bombay Natural History Society, second edition. Tall octavo, 30 coloured plates by Gronvold, Lodge and Keulemans. Publisher's half morocco, slight wear and a few spots. The stamp Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales on the endpapers, half title and the verso of plates; inscribed A. J. Basset Hull Esq. With best wishes Xmas from Tom Iredale.
Black East Indie Ducks are pure black bantam ducks and only weigh about pounds. They look like mini Black Cayugas, although the green sheen on Black East Indie Ducks is brighter and greener than the Cayuga sheen. Bills and feet are black, and eyes are dark. Black East Indie Ducks are the second most popular bantam duck at poultry shows, (Call Ducks being the first). Although Black East. The game birds of India, Burma and Ceylon: ducks and their allies (swans, geese and ducks) / by E. C. Stuart Baker ; with 36 coloured plates Baker, E. C. Stuart (Edward Charles Stuart), [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 6 libraries.
BAKER (E.C. Stuart) Indian Ducks and their Allies, chromo plates, foxed, marked half morocco, 4to, London ; SIMON (Andre L.) The noble Grapes and the Great Wines of France, morocco gilt, by Zaehnsdorf, sunned, illus. plus 6 other vols. (8). Some even brushed their wings against the mysterious bundle. Nudging himself again, wily Iktomi said, "My friends, 't is only a pack of songs I carry in my blanket." "Oh, then let us hear your songs!" cried the curious ducks. At length Iktomi consented to sing his songs. With delight all the ducks flapped their wings and cried together, "Hoye.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Baker, E.C. Stuart (Edward Charles Stuart), Indian ducks and their allies. [Bombay] Bombay Natural History Society, On Indian Ducks and their Allies in the Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society. In these articles. Were brought up to date, corrected and added to and appeared in book form, and so well was this volume received by the public, especially by sportsmen in India, that the edition was soon by: 2.
Title. The Indian ducks and their allies. Baker, E. Stuart (Edward Charles Stuart), Lodge, George Edward, ill. Grnvold, Henrik,ill. Indian ducks and their allies. (offered with) Indian ducks and their allies one of twelve hundred copies printed, of this extraordinary book on the ducks of India.
Based on the articles which appeared few years earlier in the Journal (see above), the work represents a unique in-depth insight into the duck world, almost a birdwatcher’s. The Indian ducks and their allies by Baker, E.
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Book Title. The Indian ducks and their allies. Baker, E. Stuart (Edward Charles Stuart), Cited by: 2. Full text of "The Indian ducks and their allies" See other formats. Digital Rare Book: Indian Pigeons and Doves The Indian ducks and their allies. book E.C. Stuart Baker Author of "Indian Ducks and their Allies" ; with twenty-seven coloured plates from drawings by H.
Grld and G.E. Lodge. During his spare time he studied and collected the birds of India. His books included The Indian Ducks and their Allies (), Game Birds of India and Ceylon (), The Fauna of British India, Including Ceylon and Burma.
Birds. (; eight volumes), Mishmi Man-eater (), The Nidification of the Birds of the Indian Empire (), and Cuckoo Problems (; the cuckoo was his chief. Media in category "The Indian Ducks and their Allies" The following 60 files are in this category, out of 60 total.
Anas Poecilorhyncha Spot Bill or Grey Duck 1, × 1,; KB. The Indian spot-billed duck (Anas poecilorhyncha) is a large dabbling duck that is a non-migratory breeding duck throughout freshwater wetlands in the Indian subcontinent.
The name is derived from the red spot at the base of the bill that is found in the mainland Indian population. When in water it can be recognized from a long distance by the white tertials that form a stripe on the side, and Class: Aves.
Book publication begins with the release of E.C. Stuart Baker's 'Indian Ducks and their Allies'. Honorary Secretary W.S. Millard propels amendments to.
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Overall a very good or better copy. Included is a prospectus for this book issued to members of the Bombay Natural History Society with a description of the book and a discounted price offer. Baker also wrote a book on Indian Ducks and Their Allies.
Note: due to size and weight, shipping outside the USA may cost more than an average book. Very Book Edition: First Edition. The Indian Ducks and Their Allies by Stuart Baker, E.C The Bombay Natural History Society, pages with thirty exceptional colour chromolith plates.
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Half olive-green morocco (faded) and cloth, a bit soiled. Very good. First Edition. 27 colored plates from drawings by Grönvold and G.E. Lodge. 1 vols. Tall 8vo. Intended as a guide for the sportsman as well as the specialist, the volume forms a scarce companion to Book Edition: First Edition.
Destiny duck and over other rescued ducks and geese share the events of their lives that led to their arrival at Majestic Waterfowl Sanctuary. With color photographs accentuating every page, these powerful stories will lure readers into a world of love and betrayal, desperation and restored hope.
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three men wave flags to direct the ducks back to their pens. The. Iktomi and the Ducks book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. After outwitting some ducks, Iktomi, the Indian trickster, is o /5.This was a very informative book about ducks.
It shows what the parts of a duck's body are called, and what male and female ducks are called. Very good for teachers teaching children about ducks in the animal unit in science, or it is also good for children to read and look at if they are interested in ducks/5.Ali, S.
& Abdulali, H. () The Birds of Bombay and Salsette. Bombay: Prince of Wales Museum. Ali, S. () The Book of Indian Birds. Bombay.