Author:William Henry Mousley

Henry Mousley
(1865–1949)
British-Canadian naturalist; wrote as Henry Mousley

WorksEdit

  • "The Breeding of the Prairie Horned Lark at Hatley, Stanstead County, Quebec", The Auk, 33(3):285, October 1916 [1]
  • "A Study of Subsequent Nestings After the Loss of the First", The Auk, 34(4):381-393, October 1917 [2]
  • "'The Singing Tree', or How Near to the Nest Do the Male Birds Sing?", The Auk, 36(3):339-348, July 1919 [3]
  • "Which Sex Selects the Nesting Locality", The Auk, 38(3):321–328, July 1921, [4] doi:10.2307/4073759
  • "A Study of the Home Life of the Northern Parula and Other Warblers At Hatley, Stanstead County, Quebec, 1921-1922", The Auk, 41(2):263–288, April 1924. [5]
  • "Further Notes on the Birds of Hatley, Quebec, 1924", The Auk, 42(2):281–282, April 1925.
  • "A Further Study of the Home Life of the Northern Parula, and of the Yellow Warbler and Ovenbird", The Auk, 43(2):184-197, April 1926.
  • ??? Canad. Field-Naturalist 40: 182. (1926)
  • "Further Notes on the Birds of Hatley, Quebec, 1925–1926", The Auk, 44(4):520–523, October 1927.
  • ??? Canad. Field-Naturalist 41: 30 (1927)
  • ??? Orchid Rev. 35: 356 (1927)
  • "The Earliest (1805) Unpublished Drawings of the Flexibility of the Upper Mandible of the Woodcock's Bill", The Auk 51(3):297-301, July 1934. [6]
  • ??? Orchid Rev. 42: 112 (1934)
  • "Birth of a Black Duck Family (Anas Rubripes Tristis)", The Auk, 53(4):377-380, October 1936.
  • ??? Canad. Field-Naturalist 55: 65 (1941)
  • "English Sparrow Eating Salt", The Auk 63(1):89, January 1946. [7]

Works about MousleyEdit

  • Palmer, T.S. "Obituary: William Henry Mousley", The Auk, 68(2):261–262, April 1951. [8]


 

Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1925.


The author died in 1949, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 70 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.