3 edition of A summary of the occurrences of the grey phalarope in Great Britain during the autumn of 1866 found in the catalog.
|Statement||by J.H. Gurney, Jun.|
|Series||Miscellanea ornithologica -- v. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
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24 p.,  folded leaf: 21 cmPages: A Summary of the Occurrences of the Grey Phalarope in Great Britain During the Autumn of (Classic Reprint) J H Gurney Jr.
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G urney, jun. London: 8vo, pp. † The Birds of South Africa. Chapter 1 Summary. Much like Macbeth, and other Greek tragedies of the type, Too Late the Phalarope is the tale of a tragic hero: a great man, admired and loved by those around him, whose fundamental character flaw brings about the destruction of himself and all who are near to him.
Pieter van Vlaanderen, the protagonist of the piece, is shown to be at conflict within his self from early childhood. Grey Phalaropes are unusual in that although they are a wading bird most of the year, they will live out in the open ocean during the winter months.
Grey Phalaropes will eat lice off the back of whales. Grey Phalaropes are associated with a variety of whales – Orcas, Belugas, Sperm. Chapter 8 Summary.
Japie Grobler, a childhood friend of Pieter's, returns to Venterspan as an emissary of the Social Welfare Department.
While out shopping, Sophie sees him at the bus terminus. He sees her too and comes rushing over. He is clearly glad to be back in the area, and is visibly elated at the thought of seeing his old friend, Pieter.
DURING THE AUTUMN ofmore than average numbers of Grey Phalaropes (Phalaropus fulicarius), together with many Rednecked Phalaropes (Ph. lobatus), were recorded in the British Isles.
The following analysis of this influx is based on records received either direct from the observers or through the medium of the editors of county bird reports, all of whom are listed towards the end of.
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