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1901 in birding and ornithology

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1901 in birding and ornithology

Events relating to birding and ornithology that occurred in 1901 include:

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Organisations

  • Rossitten Bird Observatory in East Prussia, founded by Johannes Thienemann, opened on 1 January under the auspices of the Deutsche Ornithologen-Gesellschaft
  • Royal Australasian Ornithologists Union founded in Melbourne, Australia
  • Publications

  • Henry Seebohm’s The Birds of Siberia published
  • Journal Cassinia first published
  • Journal Emu first published
  • People

  • Charles Tunnicliffe, British bird painter, born 1 December
  • Birds

    Birds described in 1901 include the blue-wattled bulbul, Cape Verde swift, cinnamon frogmouth, Colima pygmy-owl, fearful owl, green-breasted pitta and waterfall swift.

    References

    1901 in birding and ornithology Wikipedia


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