Los Angeles: Cooper Ornithological Club, 1920.
Illustrated by Illustrated. Paperback. Good+ with no dust jacket. Item #12876
Library stamps/emboss/slip, 2" tear spine rear edge at head, small edge tears, light cover soil, otherwise light wear. Solid oversize paperback. ; Offprint, reprinted from The Condor, peridical of the Cooper Ornithological Club, Vol XXI (1919) pages 103-107, 165-171, 177-181, 217-222; Vol XXII (1920) 3-10, 55-60, 95-101. Autobiography of influential ornithologist Henry Wetherbee Henshaw. His career included participation in the Wheeler Expedition of the Southwest, US Bureau of Ethnology, founding member of the National Geographic Society, residence in Hawaii 1894-1904, head of US Biological Survey, and passage of the Migratory Bird Law. An uncommon offprint autobiography of an uncommon man. ; Ex-Library;  pages.