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Presettlement Wildlife and Habitat of Montana:
An Overview

Annotation Of Expeditions And Individuals Recording Natural History Notes

Ewen and Evelyn Cameron, 1894-1928:

The Camerons lived on a ranch near Terry, Montana. Ewen was an ornithologist and Evelyn was an excellent photographer. During the 1890s and early 1900s, this couple recorded information on birds in Custer and Dawson Counties, and provided extensive photo documentation of the area.

Cameron, E.S.  1891.  Letter in regard to migration of Swainson's hawks in 
     Montana. Ibis, 6th series, III:623-625.

Cameron, E.S.  1900.  On the migration of phalaropes in Montana.  Ibis, 
     7th series, VI:67-70.

Cameron, E.S.  1905.  Sabine's gull in Montana.  Auk 22:76.

Cameron, E.S.  1905.  Nesting of the golden eagle in Montana.  Auk 

Cameron, E.S.  1905.  Hoary redpoll in Montana.  Auk 22:313.

Cameron, E.S.  1906 Nesting of the great blue heron in Montana.  Auk 

Cameron, E.S.  1907-1908.  The birds of Custer and Dawson counties, 
     Montana.  Auk 24:241-270, 389-407, 25:39-56. 

Cameron, E.S.  1908.  Observations on the golden eagle in Montana.  Auk 

Cameron, E.S.  1908.  Changes of plumage in Buteo swainsoni.  Auk

Cameron, E.S. 1913.  Notes on the Swainson's hawk ... in Montana.  Auk 

Cameron, E.S.  1914.  The ferruginous rough-leg ... in Montana.  Auk 

Lucey, D.M.  1990.  Photographing Montana: the life and work of Evelyn 
     Cameron.  Alfred A. Knopf. Inc. [This book contains the photos and 
     diary of Evelyn Cameron]

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