Label for "Carpodaceus purpuru," a bird stuffed by Theodore Roosevelt.
Birds; Ornithology--Study and teaching
Label for Sturnus vulgaris (European starling), a bird stuffed by Theodore Roosevelt, which can be found in Egypt.
Birds; Ornithology--Study and teaching; Egypt
Theodore Roosevelt's notes about his observations of the flora and fauna of New York, New Jersey, and Vermont. A hand-drawn map and sketches of birds are included.
Natural history; Ornithology--Field work; Botany--Field work; Birds; New York (State); New Jersey; Vermont
Catalog of birds observed primarily around the Saint Regis Lakes
in the Adirondack Mountains between 1874 and 1877.
Ornithology; Ornithology--Field work; Ornithology--Periodicals; New York (State)--Adirondack Park
A list of birds from Oyster Bay, New York, including
descriptions and handwritten notes, written by Theodore
Ornithology; Ornithology--Field work; New York (State)--Oyster Bay
Theodore Roosevelt thanks Commodore Swan for the gift of
Alexander Wilson's book on ornithology. Roosevelt has an incomplete
copy and is excited to complete it with this replacement.
Books and reading; Ornithology; Natural history literature; Gifts
President Roosevelt expresses his appreciation for author and conservationist John Burroughs' gift of the book, Far and Near, and encourages him to make note of his trip to Yellowstone in the next book.
Conservationists; Thank-you notes; Authors; Books and reading; Travel; Natural history; Birds; Ornithology; Presidents--Correspondence; United States--Yellowstone National Park; Japan; Uchida, Seinosuke, 1884-1975
Theodore Roosevelt likes the article very much and regards John
Burroughs "as a permanent asset of American life." Roosevelt is
doing the best he can to challenge the big trusts and "all those
moneyed men who make of their money simply a symbol of greed."
Roosevelt wishes that Burroughs could help him identify birds on
the White House grounds.
Birds; Ornithology; Trusts and trustees; White House (Washington, D.C.); Roosevelt, Edith Kermit Carow, 1861-1948
Theodore Roosevelt writes John Burroughs that the warbler he
wrote about yesterday was a Cape May warbler. It is a rare bird on
Long Island. Roosevelt would like to know if Burroughs has found it
to be a "common bird."
Birds; Ornithology; New York (State)--Long Island
The bird that Theodore Roosevelt wrote John Burroughs about
yesterday was a Cape May warbler. Roosevelt would like to know if
it is a common bird.
Cape May warbler; Ornithology; New York (State)--Long Island
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