Author:John Henry Gurney

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John Henry Gurney

John Henry Gurney Sr., English banker, politician, and amateur ornithologist. Father of John Henry Gurney Jr. (1848–1922)

John Henry Gurney


Contributions to The Zoologist[edit]

  • —— (1843). "Note on the occurrence of the red-winged Icterus near Norwich". The Zoologist. 1st series, vol 1 (issue 10, October—section 'Short Communications about Birds'): 317. 
  • 1846 (with William R. Fisher): 'An account of the Birds found in Norfolk, with Notices of some of the rarer Species which have occurred in the adjoining Counties'. in: The Zoologist, (1st series) vol. 4, p. 1300-1324; 1373-1393.
  • 1847 (with William R. Fisher): 'Notice of ornithological occurences in Norfolk', in The Zoologist vol. 5: in December, 1846, p. 1601; in January and February, 1847, p. 1691; in March, p. 1701; in April, p. 1770; in May, p. 1785; in June, p. 1820; in July, August and September, p. 1955. (external scan)
  • 1848: 'On killing worms before using them as bait for fish,' in: The Zoologist vol. 6, p. 2269 (short notice). (external scan)
  • 1848 (with William R. Fisher): 'Ornithological and other observations in Norfolk for the month of October (1847),' in: The Zoologist vol. 6, p. 1965; 'Ornithological notices for November', p. 1966; for December, p. 2017; for January (1848), p. 2027, for February, p. 2071; for March, p. 2134; for April and May, p. 2183; for June, July and August, p. 2291. (external scan)
  • —— (1877). "Large Tunny on the Coast of Norfolk". The Zoologist. 3rd series, vol 1 (issue 1, January—section 'Occasional Notes'): 27–28. 
  • —— (1877). "A Curiously-coloured Weasel". The Zoologist. 3 1 (issue 2, February—section 'Occasional Notes'): 47. 
  • —— (1877). "Note on the Short-eared Owl". The Zoologist. 3 1 (issue 5, May—section 'Occasional Notes'): 228–229. 
  • —— (1877). "Note on the Porphyrio killed at Tatterford, Norfolk". The Zoologist. 3 1 (issue 6, June—section 'Occasional Notes'): 253. 

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