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Turnstone

Drawing of a pair of Ruddy Turnstones from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: widespread along all coasts].

Collins, Charles

Grey Phalarope

Drawing of a pair of Red-necked Phalaropes from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: North America, Europe, the Pacific coast of South America, Asia, Africa, and Australia.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Common Sandpiper

Drawing of a pair of Common Sandpipers from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: Europe, Africa, Asia, and Australia].

Collins, Charles

White-breasted Kingfisher

Drawing of a White-throated Kingfisher from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: the Middle East, India, and Southeast Asia].

Albin, Eleazar, active 1713-1759

Pied Kingfisher

Drawing of a pair of Pied Kingfishers from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: Africa, the Middle East, and South Asia].

Collins, Charles

Wigeon [female]

Drawing of a female Eurasian Wigeon from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: widespread in the Mid-United states.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

Pochard [female]

Drawing of a female Common Pochard from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: Europe and Asia (this specimen is also rare in Africa). Attributed to Collins, Charles].

Collins, Charles

Golden-eye [male]

Drawing of a male Common Goldeneye from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: North America, Europe, the Middle East, Central Asia, and Northeastern Asia].

Collins, Charles

Smew [male] & [female]

Drawing of a pair of Smews (the left is a breeding male and the right is an eclipse male) from 18th century specimens [modern geographical distribution: Europe, Central Asia, and East Asia].

Collins, Charles

Fulmar

Drawing of a Northern Fulmar from a 18th century specimen [modern geographical distribution: the Coast of North America, Western Europe, Northern Europe, and East Asia.] Attributed to Peter Paillou (1704-1798).

Paillou, Peter, approximately 1720-approximately 1790

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