[Book review] No Woman Tenderfoot by Harriet Kofalk
The subject of this biography, identified in the subtitle “Florence Merriam Bailey, Pioneer Naturalist,” was truly a remarkable ornithologist. The bibliography of her writings, included in the book, lists more than 130 articles, a major portion of which were based on her own field work in what was then the wild and unsettled west. Among the titles are the acclaimed “Handbook of Birds of the Western united States,” published in 1902, and the monumental “Birds of New Mexico,” which appeared in 1928. Her contributions were recognized by her colleagues who elected her as a “Fellow” of the American Ornithologists’ Union in 1929 and three years later awarded her its prestigious Brewster Medal.
Additional publication details
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||[Book review] No Woman Tenderfoot by Harriet Kofalk|
|Series title||The Wilson Bulletin|
|Contributing office(s)||Patuxent Wildlife Research Center|
|Public Comments||This is a review of the book "No Woman Tenderfoot. By Harriet Kolfalk. Texas A&M Univ. Press, College Station, Texas. 1989: 225 pp."|