Author:Thomas Alfred Coward
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|English ornithologist, amateur astronomer, journalist and writer|
- 1900 (with Charles Oldham): The Birds of Cheshire. Manchester : Sherratt & Hughes.
- Picturesque Cheshire.
- 1910 (written jointly with Charles Oldham and James Johnstone): The Vertebrate Fauna of Cheshire and Liverpool Bay.
- Cheshire. Cambridge County Geographies.
- 1912: The Migration of Birds. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.
- The Birds of the British Isles and their Eggs. Frederick Warne & Co, 1919 in two volumes, expanded to three in 1926
- Bird Haunts and Nature Memories. Frederick Warne & Co, 1922
- Birds and their Young
- Life of the Wayside and Woodland
- Birds at Home and Abroad
- Life of Birds
- Bird and Other Nature Problems. Frederick Warne & Co, 1931
- Cheshire – Traditions and History
- The Mammalian Fauna of Cheshire
Articles in The ZoologistEdit
T.A. Coward published the following articles in The Zoologist:
- 1901: 'Climbing Powers of the Long-tailed Field-Mouse,' in: 4th series, vol 5 (1901), issue 720 (June), p. 221 (short note in section 'Notes and Queries')
- 1902 (with ): 'Notes on the Birds of Anglesea,' in: 4th series, vol 6 (1902), issue 737 (November), p. 401–415
- 1902: 'Knot inland in Cheshire,' 4th series, vol 6 (1902), issue 737 (December), p. 467 (section 'Notes and Queries')
About T.A. Coward and his writingsEdit
- 1900 Review of Coward & Oldham 1900, in: The Zoologist, 4th series, vol 4, issue 709 (July), p. 336/7.