Further Reading

Haven’t gotten your fill of Taylor White and the world of eighteenth-century natural history? Check out this selection of further readings curated by our team members.


Gala, Monica, and Arnaud Lenoble. “Evidence of the Former Existence of an Endemic Macaw in Guadeloupe, Lesser Antilles.” Journal of Ornithology 156, no. 4 (2015): 1061–66.

Gratto-Trevor, Cheri L., Ray G. Poulin, and Renee Franken. “Recovery Strategy for the Eskimo Curlew (Numenius Borealis) in Canada.” Environment Canada, 2007.

Hume, Julian P. “The History of the Dodo Raphus Cucullatus and the Penguin of Mauritius.” Historical Biology 18, no. 2 (2006): 69–93.

Roberts, David L., and Andrew R. Solow. “When Did the Dodo Become Extinct?” Nature 426, no. 6964 (2003): 245.

Roos, Anna Marie, ed. “Rethinking Joseph Banks.” Special issue, Notes and Records 73, no. 4 (2019).

Simberloff, Daniel. “The Ecology of Extinction.” Acta Paleontologia Polonica 38, no. 3/4 (1994): 159–74.

Thompson, C. “Women Travelers, Romantic-Era Science and the Banksian Empire.” Notes and Records 73, no. 4 (2019): 431–55.

Wiley, James W., and Guy M. Kirwan. “The Extinct Macaws of the West Indies, with Special Reference to Cuban Macaw Ara Tricolor.” Bulletin of the British Ornithologist’s Club 133, no. 2 (2013): 125–56.


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