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Rambles of a naturalist in Egypt & other countries

With an analysis of the claims of certain foreign birds to be considered British, and other ornithological notes

by John Henry Gurney

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Published by Jarrold in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Birds,
  • Birds -- Great Britain.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 307 p.
    Number of Pages307
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24168009M
    OCLC/WorldCa1061103

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    1) Die Angabe J. H. Gurneys jr. in seinem Buch „Rambles of Naturalist in Egypt a. Other Countries, London, Jarrold and Sons” pag. , dafs eineCotyle rupestris bei Girgeh geschossen worden sei, ist den Daten nach viel zu unsicher gehalten, als dafs man diese Art daraus mit Bestimmtheit zu erkennen vermöchte. Der Autor sagt nur, dafs das betr Stück einen viel .   Richard Meinertzagen claimed that it was often recorded from the Nile Delta, but that was recorded in his book Nicoll's Birds of Egypt from and many of his records have been discredited. John Gurney in his wonderfully titled Rambles of a Naturalist in Egypt and Other Countries recorded it as common on Lake Qaroun in the Fayoum and suspected it to .

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H. (John Henry) GurneyAuthor: J. H. (John Henry) Gurney.In J.H. Gurney published Rambles of a naturalist in Egypt & other countries where he talks about the evidence that Geronticus comatus once existed in Egypt but that now " retired further south".I would not buy this book again, and now I'm not sure if I trust her other books.

"Soul of the Octopus," her last book and most interesting and well written, seemed like it was salting the mine, suckering me in to buy more of her books/5(23).