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Many of the images used on this website, but not all of them, are taken from our book. Credits here are listed by webpage title.

Banners: Photos of Crested Auklet by Paul Jones, Manx Shearwater by Kevin Lane, Chestnut-fronted Toucan by Bruce Lyon, Northern Fulmars by Paul Thompson, Ground Hornbills by Warwick Tarboton, Reed Warbler feeding Common Cuckoo chick by Oldo Mikulica, Thick-billed Murres by Tim Birkhead, Whooping Cranes by Klaus Nigge, California Condors by Melissa Foley, and Bar-tailed Godwits by Phil Battley. Painting of red grouse by Rodger McPhail, and several birds by Raymond Ching

The Scientific Study of Birds: cover linotype by Robert Gillmor, Bob and Tim correcting proofs by Miriam Birkhead, Violet-crowned Woodnymph and Wandering Albatrosses by Tim Birkhead

Authors: Tim, Jo & Bob by Eleanor MacLean, New Caledonian Crow by Jolyon Troscianko, Rock Ptarmigan by Bruce Lyon

The Book: Ray pages from Montgomerie and Birkhead 2009 Samuel Pepys’s hand-coloured copy of John Ray’s ‘The Ornithology of Francis Willughby’ (1678). J Ornithology 150:883-891, Darwin from http://cdn0.cosmosmagazine.com/wp-content/uploads/20090112_darwin_50.jpg, Robert Gillmor photo by Tim Birkhead.

Samples: Deinonychus line drawing by Robert Bakker, Deinonychus painting by Keiji Terakoshi, Tinbergen courtesy Margaret Schuelein

The Artists: these are all linked to the original on the web—click on photo to see original

Reviews: Gill from http://web4.audubon.org/educate/kids/gulf/images/frank_gill.jpg; Mynott and Schulze-Hagen by Tim Birkhead; Newton courtesy Ian Newton

Comments and Feedback: Eagle Owl by Tim Birkhead

Resources>References: all images are linked to originals on the web; click on an image to view the original source


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