001-Eurasian Nightjar, caprimulgus europaeus - high resolution image from old book.
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nightjars-00073 - 001-Eurasian Nightjar, caprimulgus europaeus.jpg
The birds of Great Britain : Gould, John, and Hart, William Matthew, and Richter, Henry Constantine, and Walter, and Walter, of England, Archbishop of Palermo, and Wolf, Joseph,
Volume: v.2 (1873)
Publisher: London :Printed by Taylor and Francis, published by the author, 1873
Public domain. The BHL considers that this work is no longer under copyright protection.
Gould, John, 1804-1881, Wolf, Joseph, 1820-1899, ill, Richter, Henry Constantine, 1821-1902, lithographer, Hart, William Matthew, 1830-1908, ill, Walter, printer of plates, Stanhope, James Banks, former owner. DSI, Clare College (University of Cambridge). Wane Collection, former owner. DSI