1836 in birding and ornithology

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Ongoing eventsJohn Gould Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London 1836 New birds described by Gould in this journal in 1836 include the blue-billed duck, the black currawong, the white-eared bulbul, the greater necklaced laughingthrush, the black-headed trogon and the black-breasted parrotbill William Jardine and Prideaux John Selby with the co-operation of James Ebenezer Bicheno Illustrations of Ornithology various publishers 1825 and [1836–43]. Although issued partly in connection with the volume of plates, under the same title, text and plates were purchasable separately and the publishers ... express the hope, also voiced by the author in his preface to the present work, that the text will constitute an independent work of reference. Vol. I was issued originally in 1825 [by A. Constable, Edinburgh], with nomenclature according to Temminck

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