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From the PublisherThis is a book that speaks to human history, natural history, Native American ethnography, geography, and cultural studies.
[B]eautiful in the simple accuracy of its drawings and historically interesting for its pictures and descriptions of species now extinct.
This glimpse of colonial ornithology will attract historians as well as birders.
The first 'profusely' illustrated tome on America's birds should be on every ornithologist's night stand.
The Wilson Bulletin
Alan Feduccia's Catesby's Birds of Colonial America is a celebration of Catesby's considerable accomplishments.