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Fri Mar 21 17:17:13 2014 UTClccn-n791207110.00Peterson, Roger Tory, 1908- : [miscellaneous ephemeral material]0.211.00Dan Scurlock oral history interview98116143Roger_Tory_Petersonn 791207113523423429769Peterson, R. T. (Roger Tory), 1908-Peterson, Roger.Peterson, Roger, 1908-Peterson, Roger 1908-1996Peterson, Roger T.Peterson, Roger T. (Roger Tory), 1908-Peterson, Roger ToryTory Peterson, Roger, 1908-1996ピーターソン, ロジャー・トリーピーターソンロジヤー, 1908-1996lccn-n79032988National Audubon Societylccn-n81087290Peterson, Virginia Marie1925-illctgclbedtlccn-n50005253Fisher, James1912-1970phtlccn-n79096845National Wildlife Federationlccn-n98056852Nolting, Karen Straylccn-n98056851Latimer, Jonathan P.lccn-n86117990McKenny, Margaretlccn-n88012756Roger Tory Peterson Institutelccn-n50032658Hollom, P. A. D.(Philip Arthur Dominic)illlccn-n50006682Mountfort, GuyPeterson, Roger Tory1908-1996GuidebooksPictorial worksBiographyJuvenile worksAnecdotesExhibition, pictorial worksExhibition catalogsMapsBirdsNorth AmericaUnited StatesOrnithologistsPeterson, Roger Tory,United States, WestShrubsTreesClimbing plantsWild flowersUnited States, EastCanadaCanada, EasternNatural historyTravelWild plants, EdibleCanada, WesternMiddle WestBird watchingEuropeArtistsTexasPenguinsMexicoCentral AmericaBirds of preyPhotography of birdsGreat BritainNature conservationShore birdsVoyages and travelsBirds--Geographical distributionColoring booksFisher, James,Weidensaul, ScottBirds--EvolutionBird watchersAudubon, John James,Swedish AmericansSwedenBirds in artLindbergh, Charles A.--(Charles Augustus),IcelandBirds of America (Audubon, John James)Widén, Albin,Bernadotte, Folke,Nilsson, BirgitMilles, Carl,Nobel, Alfred Bernhard,Ornithological illustration19081996190819321934193519371938193919401941194219451947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013604294681555598.297QL676ocn039456006ocn001319674ocn039456007ocn039478117ocn039478119ocn041885889ocn000964309ocn001311627ocn001468136ocn000234783ocn000555626ocn025304212ocn779998224ocn310463524ocn612358645ocn595448769ocn468097025ocn444484524ocn799838942ocn439986492ocn468468404ocn3143953107575122ocn006223743book19340.21Peterson, Roger ToryA field guide to the birds : a completely new guide to all the birds of eastern and central North AmericaGuidebooksDescribes and illustrates the birds of eastern and central North America, including accidentals, exotics, and escapes; and includes nearly four hundred range maps+-+6126640485335125ocn000171378book19680.20Peterson, Roger ToryA field guide to wildflowers of Northeastern and North-Central North AmericaGuidebooksPictorial worksText and pictures explain how to identify wildflowers, a visual approach arranged by color, form, and detail+-+6078360485331169ocn000174995book19630.12Peterson, Roger ToryThe birdsJuvenile worksAn illustrated survey of bird life, describing evolution, physiology, migration and flight patterns, wing and body communication, nesting, feeding, and family life274656ocn000559176book19410.24Peterson, Roger ToryA field guide to western birds : field marks of all species found in North America west of the 100th meridian, with a section on the birds of the Hawaiian IslandsGuidebooksOn t.p.: Field marks of all species found in North America west of the 100th meridian, with a section on birds of the Hawaiian Islands+-+K36786361517886ocn003541725book19770.21Peterson, LeeA field guide to edible wild plants of Eastern and Central North AmericaGuidebooksProvides complete information for identifying, harvesting, and preparing nearly 400 species of edible wild plants in eastern North America+-+K523680485171013ocn019511450book19890.21Peterson, Roger ToryA field guide to western birds : a completely new guide to field marks of all species found in North America west of the 100th meridian and north of MexicoGuidebooksOn t.p.: A completey new guide to field marks of all species found in North America west of the 100th meridian and north of Mexico+-+9492600485162643ocn011842736book19810.24Audubon, John JamesAudubon's Birds of AmericaBiographyPictorial worksExhibition catalogsExhibition, pictorial worksEven before its completion in 1839, John James Audubon's Birds of America was recognized as a masterpiece of both art and natural science; a great scientist of the day called it the ""most magnificent monument which has ever been raised to ornithology.""Roger Tory Peterson and Virginia Marie Peterson's modern edition of the Birds of America, published with the full endorsement and cooperation of the National Audubon Society, is itself an acknowledged classic. Now, for the first time, it is available as an e-book.All 435 of Audubon's brilliant hand-colored engravings are pr+-+6376403006161580ocn002571368book19450.35Peterson, Roger ToryA field guide to the birds of Britain and EuropeGuidebooks145315ocn000296385book19550.28Peterson, Roger ToryWild America; the record of a 30,000 mile journey around the continent by a distinguished naturalist and his British colleagueAn illustrated 30,000-mile tour of the continent+-+124913048513477ocn173659543book20080.21Peterson, Roger ToryPeterson field guide to birds of North AmericaGuidebooksIn celebration of the centennial of Roger Tory Peterson's birth comes a historic collaboration among renowned birding experts and artists to preserve and enhance the Peterson legacy. This new book combines the Peterson Field Guide to Eastern Birds and the Peterson Field Guide to Western Birds in one volume, filled with accessible, concise information and including almost three hours of video podcasts to make bird watching even easier+-+096114361513263ocn000555328book19580.20Petrides, George AA field guide to trees and shrubs; field marks of all trees, shrubs, and woody vines that grow wild in the northeastern and north-central United States and in southeastern and south-central CanadaGuidebooksA reference guide to 646 species of trees, shrubs and climbing plants found in North America+-+K528080485127330ocn000555628book19490.22Peterson, Roger ToryHow to know the birds; an introduction to bird recognitionGuidebooksAn introduction to bird recognition113021ocn001319674book19640.24Fisher, JamesThe World atlas of birdsMapsPictorial worksA large, lavishly illustrated natural history of birds, by two outstanding ornithologists9895ocn048450052book19800.23Peterson, Roger ToryA field guide to the birds of eastern and central North AmericaGuidebooksA guide featuring the Peterson Identification System collects more than sixty years of observations, paintings, and writings to detail the birds of eastern and central North America+-+42959204859338ocn004804526book19790.22Peterson, Roger ToryPenguinsIn four photographic essays and 137 lively drawings, the author captures the essence of species and individuals, from the ponderous Emperor Penguin to the tiny Blue Penguin+-+324343048591020ocn000605822book19730.25Peterson, Roger ToryA field guide to Mexican birds; field marks of all species found in Mexico, Guatemala, Belize (British Honduras), El SalvadorGuidebooks+-+14762604859032ocn039456006book19960.06Latimer, Jonathan PBackyard birdsJuvenile worksGuidebooksDescribes the physical characteristics, behavior, voices, and habitats of a variety of common birds, arranged by their color. Includes the Peterson System of identifying birds by their unique markings+-+812774048584812ocn001029716book19480.32Peterson, Roger ToryBirds over America8471ocn039456007book19990.06Latimer, Jonathan PBirds of preyJuvenile worksDescribes the physical characteristics, behavior, voices, and habitats of a variety of eagles, hawks, falcons, and owls. Includes the Peterson System of identifying birds by their unique markings+-+62277404857885ocn000555626book19570.28Peterson, Roger ToryThe bird watcher's anthology11483ocn059279792book20050.22Weidensaul, ScottReturn to wild America : a yearlong search for the continent's natural soulIn 1953, birding guru Roger Tory Peterson and British naturalist James Fisher set out on what became a legendary journey--a 100-day trek over 30,000 miles around North America. Two years later, Wild America, their classic account of the trip, was published. On the eve of that book's 50th anniversary, naturalist Scott Weidensaul retraces their steps to tell the story of wild America today. The journey takes him to the coastal communities of Newfoundland, where he examines the devastating impact of the Atlantic cod fishery's collapse on the ecosystem; to Florida, where he charts the virtual extinction of the great wading bird colonies that Peterson and Fisher once documented; to the Mexican tropics of Xilitla, which have become a growing center of ecotourism since Fisher and Peterson's exposition. And perhaps most surprising of all, Weidensaul finds that much of what Peterson and Fisher discovered remains untouched by the industrial developments of the last fifty years.--From publisher description+-+333129013510466ocn002896190book19770.25Devlin, John CThe world of Roger Tory Peterson : an authorized biographyBiography7405ocn065207076book20060.19Peterson, Roger ToryAll things reconsidered : my birding adventuresAnecdotesTen years after Roger Tory Peterson's death, his unique perspective on birding comes to life in these highly personal narratives. Here he relates his adventures during a lifetime of birding and traveling the world to observe and record nature. Whether it is in writing about the time when his boat capsized in freezing water off the coast of Maine while he, then in his eighties, was filming a documentary, or about his experiences searching for the ivory-billed woodpecker, Peterson's sense of adventure and curiosity cannot be extinguished. The accomplished illustrator and writer was nearly as passionate about photography as he was about painting, and each essay is illustrated with Peterson's own photographs. The essays included here were carefully selected by Bill Thompson III, the editor of Bird Watcher's Digest, in which the columns originally appeared.--Publisher description+-+87130236157005ocn123968607book20070.29Carlson, DouglasRoger Tory Peterson : a biographyBiographyA biography of Roger Tory Peterson, the man behind the popular bird identification guides, discussing various facets of his career as a painter, writer, teacher, and environmentalist, and sharing information about his personal life+-+K5316274756832ocn731914898book20110.06Thomas, PeggyFor the birds : the life of Roger Tory PetersonJuvenile worksBiographyPicture books"To some, he was "Professor Nuts Peterson," but to the world he was Roger Tory Peterson. For the birds: the life of Roger Tory Peterson tracks this American artist, activist, and passionate bird lover from his days as a child, to art student, to creator of the Peterson Field Guides, to global environmentalist. Peterson's guides were revolutionary--simply written and drawn for everyone to enjoy the birds, animals, and plants of the outdoors. Millions of copies have sold to date. Author Peggy Thomas and artist Laura Jacques worked closely with the Roger Tory Peterson Institute in Jamestown, New York, to create the first children's book about this great naturalist."--book jacket4673ocn030157439book19940.24Peterson, Roger ToryRoger Tory Peterson : the art and photography of the world's foremost birderBiographyPictorial worksSurvey of the career of orinthologist Roger Tory Peterson, featuring the paintings, prints, book illustrations, photographs, and films he created in his quest to study birds3024ocn176926490book20080.20Rosenthal, Elizabeth JBirdwatcher : the life of Roger Tory PetersonBiographyThis volume is a biography of American naturalist, ornithologist and artist Roger Tory Peterson (1908-1996). Peterson is held to be one of the founding inspirations for the 20th century environmental movement. His 1934 landmark Field Guide to the Birds was the first book designed to go outdoors and help people identify the elements of nature. The author interviewed more than a hundred of Peterson's family, friends, and associates to create a portrait of this hero of the conservation movement+-+89476744062881ocn013902756book19860.21Hancock, LynLooking for the wild1802ocn515462933book20100.01Malnor, CarolThe Blues go birding at Wild America shoresJuvenile worksFictionFollowing in the footsteps of famed birder Roger Tory Peterson, five little birds go on a birdwatching trip around North America's shoreline and spot such shorebirds as puffins, egrets, herons, gulls, pelicans, and loons. Includes facts about Peterson and the birds encountered, online sources for listening to birdcalls, and information about the Cornell Lab citizen science project+-+K6864193061202ocn049225213book20020.25Peterson, Roger ToryPeterson's birds : the art and photography of Roger Tory PetersonBiographyPictorial worksOriginally available as a deluxe hardcover, this condensed edition celebrates Dr. Roger Tory PetersonUs artistic career in its entirety and in all media--oil painting, acrylics, watercolors, prints, book illustrations, photography, and filmmaking. "Peterson's Birds" is an essential visual companion for serious and armchair birders alike. 150+ illustrations, 100 in color+-+2131584325362ocn045700296book20010.21Harmon, MargaretA field guide to North American birders : a parodyHumorParodies, imitations, etc+-+3083260795211ocn526833171book20050.17Weidensaul, ScottReturn to wild America : a year-long journey in search of the continent's natural soulIn 1953, birding guru Roger Tory Peterson and British naturalist James Fisher set out on what became a legendary journey--a 100-day trek over 30,000 miles around North America. Two years later, Wild America, their classic account of the trip, was published. On the eve of that book's 50th anniversary, naturalist Scott Weidensaul retraces their steps to tell the story of wild America today. The journey takes him to the coastal communities of Newfoundland, where he examines the devastating impact of the Atlantic cod fishery's collapse on the ecosystem; to Florida, where he charts the virtual extinction of the great wading bird colonies that Peterson and Fisher once documented; to the Mexican tropics of Xilitla, which have become a growing center of ecotourism since Fisher and Peterson's exposition. And perhaps most surprising of all, Weidensaul finds that much of what Peterson and Fisher discovered remains untouched by the industrial developments of the last fifty years.--From publisher description+-+333129013551ocn011325531book19820.47Great Swedish Heritage Awards NightGreat Swedish Heritage Awards NightBiography41ocn028012469book19760.28Peterson, Roger ToryThe thirteenth Cosmos Club award : Roger Tory Peterson32ocn670078893book20050.19Weidensaul, ScottReturn to wild America : a yearlong search of the continent's natural soul+-+333129013521ocn083147991book19500.47South Carolina bird life : oil paintings by Francis L. Jaques : water colors by Roger Tory PetersonExhibition catalogs21ocn679942584book20050.10Weidensaul, ScottReturn to wild America : a year-long search for the continent's natural soul+-+333129013511ocn700283782rcrd20051.00Scurlock, DanDan Scurlock oral history interviewInterviewsOral history interview with Dan Scurlock conducted by David Marshall on Sept. 28, 2005. Dan Scurlock talks about growing up in Texarkana, Tex., and his work with the National Park Service. He sheds light on politics in the 1960s. Accompanied by 1 abstract11ocn155857109visu19890.10The Nature of things. portrait of a birdwatcherRoger Tory Peterson, naturalist, wildlife photographer and artist is shown painting plates for a major revision of a field guide, bird watching, and talking about his love of birds. Footage includes some of his own film of Antarctica11ocn199301531bookPeterson, Roger Tory, 1908- : [miscellaneous ephemeral material]The folder may include clippings, announcements, small exhibition catalogs, and other ephemeral items+-+6126640485+-+6126640485Fri Mar 21 16:12:36 EDT 2014batch50138