Author:Charles Oldham

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Charles (Chas.) Oldham
English naturalist


  • 1900 (with Thomas Coward): The Birds of Cheshire.[1]
  • 1910 (with Thomas Coward): The Mammals and Birds of Cheshire.[2]
  • 1920: contributions to: Witherby, H.F. (ed.) - A Practical Handbook of British Birds, vol. I.[3]
  • 1924: contributions to: Witherby, H.F. (ed.) - A Practical Handbook of British Birds, vol. II.[4]

Contributions to scientific journals[edit]

Charles Oldham made contributions to different journals, like for instance:

  • The Zoologist:
    • 1899 (4th series, vol. 3):
      • 'Climbing Powers of the Long-tailed Field Mouse,' in: 'Notes and Queries', issue 691 (January, 1899), p. 27.
      • 'Whiskered Bat (Myotis mystacinus) in captivity,' in: issue 692 (February, 1899), p. 49-53.
      • 'Pied Flycatcher in North Wales,' in: 'Notes and Queries', issue 693 (March, 1899), p. 134.
      • 'The Mode in Which Bats Secure their Prey,' in: issue 700 (October, 1899), p. 471-474.
      • 'Death of a Whiskered Bat by Misadventure,' in: 'Notes and Queries', issue 700 (October, 1899), p. 475.
      • 'Birds of Cheshire,' in: 'Notes and Queries', issue 701 (November, 1899), p. 518.


  1. Coward, Thomas & Charles Oldham (1900): Manchester : Sherratt & Hughes. OCLC:752469992all editions; review in: The Zoologist, 4th series, vol. 4, issue 709 (July, 1900), p. 336/7.
  2. Coward, Thomas & Charles Oldham (1910): London : Witherby & Co. OCLC:752469996all editions.
  3. Witherby, H.F. (ed.) 1920: London: Witherby & Co. OCLC:727248554all editions, (digital edition external scan) in BHL.
  4. Witherby, H.F. (ed.) 1924: London: H.F. & G. Witherby. OCLC:326001966all editions.

Works by this author published before January 1, 1924 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.