This memoir deals with the people and institutions which changed the face of modern ornithology in Australia, New Zealand, and the surrounding region.
Chapter 1. Conservation Through Knowledge: A Short History of the First National Ornithologists' Society in Australia 1
Chapter 2. Depletion of the Avifauna of the North Island of New Zealand: An 1840s Perspective 51
Chapter 3. Growth and Life Stages of Ornithology in Museum Victoria 89
Chapter 4. 180 years of Stuff Birds: Ornithology at the Australian Museum 141
Chapter 5. A History of Ornithology at Canterbury Museum 267
Chapter 6. Alexander, William Sharp, and William John Macleay: Their Ornithology and Museum 327
Chapter 7. A History of Environmental Ornithology at the Australian Museum 395
Chapter 8. History of Australian Ornithology in Antarctica and the Southern Ocean 427
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