Author:Henry Saunderson Davenport

Henry Saunderson Davenport
(1853–1931)

English writer on birds and hunting

WorksEdit

  • Davenport, H.S. (1896). "Breeding Habits of the Sparrow Hawk". The Ornithologist. first and only volume: 41–46, 83–86, 189–190.  (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3)

Contributions to The ZoologistEdit

4th series, vol 1 (1897)Edit

4th series, vol 2 (1898)Edit

  • —— (1898). "Popular Ornithological Fallacies". The Zoologist. 4 2 (issue 679, January—section 'Notes and Queries'): 27–28. 
  • —— (1898). "Cuckoos sucking Eggs". The Zoologist. 4 2 (issue 680, February—section 'Notes and Queries'): 87. 
  • —— (1898). "Breeding Sites of Chiffchaff and Willow Warbler". The Zoologist. 4 2 (issue 683, May—section 'Notes and Queries'): 214. 
  • —— (1898). "The Protection of Wild Birds and their Eggs". The Zoologist. 4 2 (issue 685, July—section 'Notes and Queries'): 322–323. 
  • —— (1898). "Spotless Eggs of the Spotted Flycatcher". The Zoologist. 4 2 (issue 686, August—section 'Notes and Queries'): 359. 
  • —— (1898). "The So-called St. Kilda Wren". The Zoologist. 4 2 (issue 687, September—section 'Notes and Queries'): 413–414. 
  • —— (1898). "A Cuckoo's Economy in Question". The Zoologist. 4 2 (issue 688, October—section 'Notes and Queries'): 430–431. 
  • —— (1898). "Dr. Saxby and the Breeding of the Turnstone". The Zoologist. 4 2 (issue 688, October—section 'Notes and Queries'): 435–436. 
  • —— (1898). "Irregular Nesting Sites". The Zoologist. 4 2 (issue 689, November—section 'Notes and Queries'): 480–481. 

4th series, vol 3Edit

4th series, vol 6Edit

Works about DavenportEdit


 

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