GREAT WATTLED HONEY-EATER - Anthochaera inauris (Formerly: Dyottornis paradoxa) Now: Yellow Wattlebird, Long Wattlebird or Tasmanian Wattlebird - Anthonhaera paradox - painted and lithographed by John & Elizabeth Gould from Birds of Australia, London 1840-48.
HUIA - NEW ZEALAND WATTLEBIRD - Neomorpha acutirostris and Neomorpha crassirostris (Now Heteralocha acutirostris and Heteralocha crassirostris) by Elizabeth Gould for John Gould's A Synopsis of Birds of Australia, and the Adjacent Islands. London 1837-1838
Pheasant........ we used to have a lot of these beautiful birds in the valley where I live in Oregon. But the fucking hunters have all but shot them out of existence. Memories of rides in the country as a kid, seeing them fly up out of 'nowhere' are now a thing of the distant past. SHAME ON "SPORT" HUNTERS.
Zoological illustrations, or, Original figures and descriptions of new, rare, or interesting animals, selected chiefly from the classes of ornithology, entomology, and conchology, and arranged accordi by Wm. Swainson. 2nd series, c1830