For authors with similar names, see Author:Alexander Wilson.
- Watty and Meg, or the Wife Reformed
- Watty and Meg, or, The wife reformed (7) (1804-1819)
- Watty and Meg, or, The wife reformed (2) (between 1840 and 1850)
- The tears of Britain. A poem.
- 1808-1814. American Ornithology; or, the Natural History of the Birds of the United States
- 1800. Watty and Meg: or the wife reclaimed, together with: Habbie Sampson and his wife or, a new way of raising the wind: Donald and his dog: the West Kintra weaver turned teetotaler: the Loss o' the pack: John Tamson's cart: Takin' it out o' his mouth.
- 1800. Rab and Ringan: a tale as delivered in the Pantheon, Edinburgh by the author of Watty and Meg; to which is added The twa cats and the cheese, a tale.
- 1801. Oration, on the power and value of national liberty delivered to a large assembly of citizens, at Milestown, Pennsylvania, on Wednesday, March 4, 1801. Philadelphia
- 1814. The Foresters: A Poem,
- The poetical works of Alexander Wilson, 1844
- Loss of the Pack (1828-1831)
Works about WilsonEdit
- Alexander Wilson, Poet-Naturalist: A Study of His Life with Selected Poems by James Southall Wilson.
- Wilson the Ornithologist: A New Chapter in His Life by Allan Park Paton. 1863.
- Sketch of the Life of Alexander Wilson by George Ord. 1828.
- Biographical Sketch of the Late Alexander Wilson to a Young Friend by Thomas Crichton. 1819.
- Stone, Witmer. 1906. "Some Unpublished Letters of Alexander Wilson and John Abbot." The Auk, Vol. 23, No. 4 (Oct., 1906), pp. 361–368.
- The poems and literary prose of Alexander Wilson, the American ornithologist. by Alexander Balloch Grosart, 1827-1899. (1876)