Field catalogs, Stephens F, Stevenson, D H, Streeter D D, Surber, M, Taylor, W P, Trapier, P E, Vars, H N, Walker, E P, Wyman, L E, Young, R J

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Abstract

Library bound volume combining various volumes of field notes. Field notes by Frank Stephens, Donald H. Stevenson, Daniel D. Streeter, McClure Surber, Walter P. Taylor, Paul E. Trapier, Harold N. Vars, Ernest P. Walker, L. E. Wyman, R. J. Young [probably miss transcribed for R.T. (Robert Thomas) Young] are described below in that order.|F. Stephens, 30 January 1890 to 27 September 1891, collector numbers 1-168. Information recorded includes number, sex, genera or binomial, locality, date, and remarks. Remarks often include miscellaneous information such elevation, physical descriptions, and other details. Localities include various parts of Nevada and California including Sierra Nevada.|D. H. Stevenson, 8 May to 5 August 1925, collector numbers 59 to 165. Information recorded includes number, sex and age, genera or binomial, locality, date, and remarks, which include more specific locality details, part of the specimen prepared, and other details. Localities include several parts of Alaska including False Pass, Izembek Bay, Amak Island, Amagat Island, and others. |D. D. Streeter, 19 July 1909 to 30 August 1910, collector numbers 1 to 160. Information recorded includes number, sex, genera or binomial, locality, date, and remarks, which include notes on age, . Localities include various parts of North Dakota, Wyoming, Oregon, and Washington. M. Surber, 7 October 1903 to 25 June 1904, collector numbers 1 to 230. Information recorded includes number, sex and age, genera or binomial, locality, altitude, and date. Localities include Cieneguilla, Rinconanda, Arroyo Seco, and Twining in Mexico.|W. P. Taylor, 10 May 1916 to 25 August 1931, collector numbers 1 to 967. Information recorded includes number, sex and age, genera or binomial, locality, date, and remarks, which include more specific locality information, elevations, and other details. Localities mostly include various parts of Arizona and Washington. California and Lower California localities are also included.|P. E. Trapier, 5 April to 26 June 1927, collector numbers 1 to 710. Information recorded includes number, sex and age, genera or binomial, locality, date, and remarks, which include more specific locality information, elevations, and other details. Localities mostly include various parts of Arizona including Tunitcha Mountains, Myer, Portal, and other localities. Two California localities are included as well.|H. N. Vars, 21 March to 10 May 1923, collector numbers 1 to 710. Information recorded includes number, sex and age, genera or binomial, locality, and date. Localities mostly include various parts of Florida including Wilson, Amelia Island, and Talbot Island.|Ernest P. Walker, 6 August 1913 to 27 November 1923, collector numbers 1 to 142. Information recorded includes number, sex and age, genera or binomial, locality, date, and remarks, which include notes on stomach contents and other details. Localities mostly include various parts of Alaska.|L. E. Wyman, 9 June 1912 to 26 August 1913, collector numbers 1 to 138. Information recorded includes number, sex and age, genera or binomial, locality, date, and remarks, which include more specific locality information and other details. Localities mostly include various parts of Idaho.|Robert Thomas Young, 27 April to 9 September 1897, collector numbers 1 to 331. Information recorded includes number, sex and age, genera or binomial, locality, and date. Localities mostly include various parts of Idaho, Washington, Utah, and Oregon.

Date Range

1890-1931

Start Date

Jan 30, 1890

End Date

Aug 25, 1931

Access Information

At least 24 hours advance notice is recommended to consult this collection. Contact the Division of Birds at (202) 633-0800 to make an appointment.

Topic

  • Animals
  • Birds
  • Ornithology

Place

  • Oregon
  • United States
  • Alaska
  • California
  • Florida
  • Arizona
  • Idaho
  • Washington

Form/Genre

  • Fieldbook record
  • Field notes

Accession #

SIA Acc. 12-581

Collection name

Bird section, Bird and Mammals Lab, Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Department of the Interior

Physical Description

1 field book

Physical Location

National Museum of Natural History (U.S.). Division of Birds

Sublocation

Box 5