- Rural Bird Life (1880)
- Evolution without Natural Selection (1885)
- Our Rarer Birds (1888).
- Stray Feathers from Many Birds: being leaves from a naturalist's note-book (1890).
- Annals of Bird Life: a year-book of British ornithology (1890).
- The Birds of our Rambles (1891).
- The Migration of Birds. An Attempt to Reduce Avian Season-Flight to Law. London: Chapman and Hall. 1892.
- 2nd, amended edition: The Migration of Birds. An Attempt to Reduce Avian Season-Flight to Law. London: Horace Cox. 1897.
- Jottings about Birds (1893).
- The Nests and Eggs of British Birds (1893; illustrated, 1894)
- The Migration of British Birds, including their post-glacial emigrations as traced by the application of a new law of dispersal being a contribution to the study of migration, geographical distribution, and insular faunas. London: Chapman and Hall. 1895.
- British Sea Birds (1896).
- Our favourite song birds (1897)
- Curiosities of Bird Life (1897)
- Lost and Vanishing Birds (1898).
- The Game Birds and Wild Fowl of the British Islands. Being a handbook for the naturalist and sportsman. Illustrated by A.T. Elwes. London: Chapman and Hall (1893)
- 2nd enlarged edition, with illustrations by Charles Whymper. Sheffield : Pawson & Brailsford (1900).
Works about Dixon Edit
- Review of Dixon 1892 in The Auk, vol. 10, no. 1 (January, 1893), p. 70–73
- Review of Dixon 1897 in The Zoologist, 4th series, vol 1, issue 674 (August, 1897), p. 371–372.
- Review of Dixon 1897 in The Auk, vol. 15, no. 1 (January, 1898), p. 67–70
- Review of Dixon's The Game Birds and Wild Fowl of the British Islands (2nd, enlarged ed., 1900) in The Zoologist, 4th series, vol 4, issue 705 (March, 1900), p. 246.
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