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WHAT DOES OOLOGIST MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Oology is a branch of ornithology studying bird eggs, nests and breeding behaviour. The word is derived from the Greek "oion", meaning egg. Oology can also refer to the hobby of collecting wild birds' eggs, sometimes called egg collecting, birdnesting or egging, which is now illegal in many jurisdictions.
The translations of oologist from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «oologist» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «OOLOGIST» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «oologist» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «oologist» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about oologist
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OOLOGIST»
Discover the use of oologist in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to oologist and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Wisconsin Birdlife: Population & Distribution Past & Present
Oologist 10(4): 114-15. Vaught, R. W. 1968. Problems and economics of Canada
Goose management in the Mississippi Flyway. Pp. 25-30 in Canada Goose
management, ed. R. L. Hine and C. Schoenfeld. Dembar Educ. Res. Stud.,
Samuel D. Robbins, 1991
Arkansas Birds, Thier Distribution and Abundance (c)
Oologist 49:108. Pierce, R. A., and R. T. Kirkwood. 1977. Evaluation of plantings
for wildlife on a power line right of way in southern Arkansas. Proc. Ark. Acad. Sci.
31:83-89. Pindar, L. O. 1924. Winter birds in eastern Arkansas. Wilson Bull.
Douglas A. James Joseph C. Neal
Birds of Oregon
Oologist 8: IO. 1891b. Some early winter birds of Linn County, Oregon. Oologist 8
: 63~64. 1891c. Ring Pheasant [Pbarianur torquarur (Gmel.)]. Oologist 8: 118—
119. 1891d. American Dipper (Cinrlu: mexiranur). Oologist 8: 17.0—17.1. 189Ie.
Ira Noel Gabrielson, Stanley Gordon Jewett, 1940
A Passion for Birds: American Ornithology After Audubon
To add insult to injury, the organization had long claimed that its Bulletin was the
"only" ornithological periodical in the country when it had not begun publication
until a full year after the Oologist, the predecessor of Wade's Ornithologist and ...
Mark V. Barrow, 2000
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
The Oologist, Volume 6...
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923.
This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process.
Prann H. Lattin, 2009
George Miksch Sutton: Artist, Scientist, and Teacher
Oologist 31: 141-42. 1915 (as Suttard \sic], G. M.) "A Trip to Waynesburg, Pa."
Oologist 32: 14, 16, 18. "Suggestive Methods of Bird-Study: Pet Road-Runners."
Bird-Lore 17: 57-61. 1916 "Cape May Warbler in Virginia in Winter." Auk 33: 203.
Jerome A. Jackson, 2007
The Ivory-Billed Woodpecker
34: 3-4. 1918 Ivory-billed Woodpecker not yet extinct. Oologist, 35: 11-12,
FBATHERSTONAUOH. G. W. 1835. Geological report of an examination made in
1834 of the elevated counlry between the Missouri and Red Rivers. Washington.
James T. Tanner, 2012
Oologist 11 (1893): 89492. i. “Scenes from the Life of Alexander Wilson: His
Second Southern Touri Continued.” Oologist 11 (1894): 1424145. i. “Scenes from
the Life of Alexander Wilson: His Southern Subscription Tour.” Oologist1o (1893):
Edward H. Burtt Jr., 2013
8 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «OOLOGIST»
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Overlooked Orleans: Renowned naturalist Frank H. Lattin
In his earliest years as a collector he focused his attention strictly on birds' eggs and started a publication called the “Oologist” in 1884. «The Daily News Online, May 15»
The world of eggs
AN OOLOGIST'S DREAM – A sample of the tens of thousands of wild bird eggs in the The Royal Alberta Museum's collection. It's been illegal to ... «St. Albert Gazette, Apr 15»
Last passenger pigeon died in September of 1914
... sent to me by Sam Gundy in 1997 that contained several catalogs for the oologist, or egg collector, a popular 19th century hobby which now, ... «Reading Eagle, Oct 14»
The World Outdoors: Eggs, nests deserve closer look
Derek Ratcliffe, a British oologist and naturalist, was the first scientist to find the link between the use of DDT and other pesticides and declining ... «London Free Press, Jun 14»
The ultimate bank holiday super quiz
What does an oologist collect? 59. The medical term “varicella” refers to which common childhood condition? 60. Which herb do American ... «Telegraph.co.uk, Aug 13»
Nature Watch: Never take eggs from a bird's nest
In fact oology, the study and collecting of birds' eggs, was then still a respected practice. There was even an international journal, The Oologist. «Buffalo News, Aug 13»
Jasper Carrott: Collectors should go and find a life...
An oologist is a collector of bird's eggs and not the ones you dip your soldiers into. In the main, they are not destructive but there are some ... «Birmingham Mail, Apr 13»
Manuscript of 212-year-old dictionary of Indian languages found
A Scottish physician, Buchanan-Hamilton is recognised for making significant contributions as a geographer, oologist, and botanist while living ... «Hindustan Times, Dec 12»
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