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An Expedition to Ramsey Canyon The 1896 Field Journal of Ornithologist Harry S. Swarth

By: Harry S Swarth(Author), Christopher W Swarth(Editor)
88 pages, Colour photographs and illustrations, tables, maps
An Expedition to Ramsey Canyon
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  • An Expedition to Ramsey Canyon ISBN: 9781724410382 Paperback Sep 2018 Usually dispatched within 4 days
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In 1896, Harry S. Swarth and three other young companions departed Los Angeles on foot and by horse-drawn wagon on a 650-mile, cross-country journey of avian discovery. Their mission was to reach southern Arizona and return with specimens for the natural history museums in California. This they accomplished after spending three months studying and collecting birds in remote and rugged Ramsey Canyon in the Huachuca Mountains. An Expedition to Ramsey Canyon features the scientific field notes recorded every day by Harry Swarth, a pioneer in the study of Arizona birds who later became Curator of Ornithology and Mammalogy at California Academy of Sciences. The book gives a fascinating glimpse into late 19th-century fieldwork and reveals the diverse avifauna

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By: Harry S Swarth(Author), Christopher W Swarth(Editor)
88 pages, Colour photographs and illustrations, tables, maps
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