Willughby, F., & Ray, J. (1678). The ornithology of Francis Willughby of Middleton in the county of Warwick Esq; fellow of the Royal Society.: In three books. Wherein all the birds hitherto known, being reduced into a method sutable to their natures, are accurately described. The descriptions illustrated by most elegant figures, nearly resembling the live birds, engraven in LXXVII copper plates. Translated into English, and enlarged with many additions throughout the whole work. To which are added, three considerable discourses, I. Of the art of fowling: with a description of several nets in two large copper plates. II. Of the ordering of singing birds. III. Of falconry. London: printed by A[ndrew]. C[larke]. for John Martyn, printer to the Royal Society, at the Bell in St. Pauls Church-Yard.MLA Citation
Willughby, Francis, and John Ray. The Ornithology of Francis Willughby of Middleton in the County of Warwick Esq; Fellow of the Royal Society.: In Three Books. Wherein All the Birds Hitherto Known, Being Reduced Into a Method Sutable to Their Natures, Are Accurately Described. The Descriptions Illustrated By Most Elegant Figures, Nearly Resembling the Live Birds, Engraven in LXXVII Copper Plates. Translated Into English, and Enlarged With Many Additions Throughout the Whole Work. To Which Are Added, Three Considerable Discourses, I. Of the Art of Fowling: With a Description of Several Nets in Two Large Copper Plates. II. Of the Ordering of Singing Birds. III. Of Falconry. London: printed by A[ndrew]. C[larke]. for John Martyn, printer to the Royal Society, at the Bell in St. Pauls Church-Yard, 1678.