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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY of H. DOUGLAS PRATT

Underlined entries are linked to a .pdf file: papers in major journals including Auk, Condor, Wilson Journal, Ornithological Monographs, Studies in Avian Biology, Journal of Field Ornithology, and North American Birds, as well as species accounts from Birds of North America, available through the SORA website http://elibrary.unm.edu/sora/

PRATT, H. D., and P. L. Bruner. In prep. The Birds of the Tropical Pacific:  Hawaii, Micronesia, and Polynesia.  Princeton University Press, Princeton.

Vice, D. S., C. Kessler, D. L. Vice, G. J. Wiles, H. D. PRATT, J. Flores, P. Radley, N. Johnson, and C. Aguon.  In prep.  New and noteworthy bird records for the Mariana Islands, 2004-2009, including 14 new island records.

Johnson, N. C., D. S. Wooster, G. M. Beauprez, C. S. Spiegel, H. D. PRATT, D. S. Vice, P. M. Radley, J. E. Gourley, and S. M. Mosher. In prep. Cinnamon Bittern observations on Saipan, Mariana Islands.

PRATT, H. D. In prep. Pocket Guide to Hawaii’s Wildlife.  Mutual Publishing L. L. C., Honolulu.

PRATT, H. D., and Jack Jeffrey. In press. A Pocket Guide to Hawai‘i’s Birds and Their Habitats. Mutual Publishing, Honolulu.

PRATT, H. D. In press. The Birds of Micronesia.  In Hiery, H., editor, Die deutsche Südsee (1884-1914). Ein Handbuch, 3rd Edition.  [To be translated into German]

PRATT, H. D. 2012. [Review] Birds of Hawaii, New Zealand and the Central and West Pacific. Ber van Perlo. Princeton University Press. 2011. Wilson Journal of Ornithology, March 2012.

PRATT, H. D. 2011. Observations on species limits in the Great Egret (Ardea alba) complex. Journal of Heron Biology and Conservation 1(5). [online] URL: www.HeronConservation.org/vol1/art5

PRATT, H. D., J. Denny, M. Walther, and C. Walther. 2011.  Rapid and widespread appearance of bait-fishing, a form of tool-use, by Black-crowned Night Herons in Hawaii. ‘Elepaio 71:24-28.

PRATT, H. D.  2010.  Family Drepanididae (Hawaiian honeycreepers). Pp. 618-659 in del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A. & Christie, D. A., eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World.  Vol. 15.  Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. [Text only copies available as 2 rtf files via email]

PRATT, H. D., M. Falanruw, M. T. Etpison, A. Olsen, D. Klauber, D. W. Buden, P. Clement, A. Gupta, D. R. Herter, H. Ketebengang, P. Pisano, D. S. Vice, & Y. P. Yalap.  2010.  Noteworthy bird observations from the Caroline and Marshall Islands 1988-2009, including five new records for Micronesia.  Western Birds 41:70-100.

PRATT, H. D.  2010. [Review]  Lars Jonsson’s Birds:  Paintings from a Near Horizon, by Lars Jonsson.  2009. Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.  Auk 127:721-724.

PRATT, H. D. 2010. Revisiting species and subspecies of island birds for a better assessment of biodiversity. Ornithological Monographs 67:79-89.

PRATT, H. D.  2009.  A new genus for the Hawaii Creeper, with comments on generic limits among insectivorous Hawaiian honeycreepers.  ‘Elepaio 69:47-50.

PRATT, H. D.  2009.  Voices of Hawaii’s Birds.  Second edition, CD-ROM.  Hawaii Audubon Society and Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, Honolulu and Ithaca.

PRATT, H. D., M. L. P. Retter, D. Chapman, W. M. Ord, and P. Pisano.  2009  An Abbott’s Booby (Papasula abbotti) on Rota, Mariana Islands:  first historical record for the Pacific Ocean. Bulletin of the British Ornithologists’ Club 129:87-91.

Reding, D. M., J. T. Foster, H. F. James, H. D. PRATT, and R. C. Fleischer.  2008.  Convergent evolution of “creepers” in the Hawaiian honeycreeper radiation.  Biology Letters doi: 10.1098/rsbl.2008.0589.

PRATT, H. D., V. Masibalavu, and M. Abbott.  2008.  Grey heron Ardea cinerea sightings in Fiji.  Notornis 55:42-43.

Pratt, H. D., and M. T. Etpison.  2008.  Birds and Bats of Palau.  Mutual Publishing, LLC, Honolulu.

PRATT, H. D.  2007.  Birds:  images of Hawai‘i’s feathered heritage.  Mutual Publishing L. L. C., Honolulu.

PRATT, H. D.  2006.  Flowering trees:  images of Hawai‘i’s natural beauty.  Mutual Publishing L. L. C., Honolulu.

PRATT, H. D. 2005.   The Hawaiian honeycreepers: Drepanidinae.  Bird Families of the World.  Oxford University Press, Oxford.

PRATT, H. D.  2004.  Resonator back for autoharps.  Autoharp Quarterly 16(3):14-15.

Wiles, G. J., N. C. Johnson, J. B. de Cruz, G. Dutson, V. A. Camacho, A. K. Kepler, D. S. Vice, K. L. Garrett, C. C. Kessler, and H. D. PRATT.  2004.  New and noteworthy bird records from Micronesia, 1986-2003.  Micronesica 37:69-96.

PRATT, H. D.  2002.  Enjoying birds and other wildlife in Hawai‘i.  Mutual Publishing, Honolulu.  [A guide to sites for wildlife obvservation.  Update and revision of Pratt 1992a.]

Brisbin, I. L., Jr., T. B. Mowbray, and H. D. PRATT.  2002.  American Coot (Fulica americana) and Hawaiian Coot (Fulica alai). ).  In The Birds of North America (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.), No. 697.  The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA.

PRATT, H. D.  2002.  Hawai‘i Mamo (Drepanis pacifica), Black Mamo (Drepanis funerea), and Ula-‘ai-hawane (Ciridops anna).  In The Birds of North America (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.), No. 640.  The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA. 

PRATT, H. D.  2001. Why the Hawaii Creeper is an Oreomystis: What phenotypic characters reveal about the phylogeny of Hawaiian honeycreepers.  Studies in Avian Biology 22:81-97.

PRATT, H. D.  2001.  Adaptive radiation in Hawaiian honeycreepers:  an introduction to a Birding photo showcase.  Birding 33:142-143.

PRATT, H. D.  2001.  [Review] Alien species in North America and Hawaii:  Impacts on natural ecosystems. George W. Cox. 1999. Island Press.  Birding 33:90-91.

PRATT, H. D., and T. K. Pratt.  2001. The interplay of species concepts, taxonomy, and conservation:  lessons from the Hawaiian avifauna.  Studies in Avian Biology 22:68-80.

Wiles, G. J., D. J. Worthington, R. E., Beck, Jr., H. D. PRATT, C. F. Aguon, and R. L. Pyle.  2000.  Noteworthy bird records for Micronesia, with a summary of raptor sightings in the Mariana Islands, 1988-1999.  Micronesica 32:257-284.

PRATT, H. D.  1999. Pocket guide to Hawaii's Trees and Shrubs.  Mutual Publishing, Honolulu.

PRATT, H. D. 1999. Panhandling by ‘amakihi:  a novel feeding behavior for a Hawaiian honeycreeper.  ‘Elepaio 59:45-47.

Conant, S. L., H. D. PRATT, and R. J. Shallenberger.  1998.  Reflections on a 1975 ornithological expedition to the lost world of the Alaka‘i, and other observations on the natural history, status, and systematics of Kaua‘i birds.  Wilson Bulletin 110:1-22.  [Winner of E. P. Edwards Award for best paper in Wilson Bulletin for 1998.]

PRATT, H. D.  1998.  [Review]   Stokes field guide to birds by D. W. Stokes and L. Q. Stokes, Little, Brown and Co., Boston, 1996.  Auk 115:272-275.

PRATT, H. D.  1998.  [Review]  The Megapodes:  Megapodiidae by D. N. Jones, R. W. R. J. Dekker, and C. S. Roselaar; Oxford University Press, 1995.  Auk 115:265-266.

Lepson, J. K., and H. D. Pratt.  1997.  ‘Akeke‘e (Loxops caeruleirostris).  In The Birds of North America, No. 295 (A. Poole and F. Gill, eds.).  The Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, PA, and The American Ornithologists' Union, Washington D. C.

PRATT, H. D., and J. C. Jeffrey.  1996.  Pocket guide to Hawaii's birds.  Mutual Publishing, Honolulu.

PRATT, H. D., and J. C. Jeffrey.  1996.  Hawaii's beautiful birds.  Mutual Publishing, Honolulu.

PRATT, H. D.  1996.  Voices of Hawaii's Birds [Two cassette tapes with accompanying text].  Hawaii Audubon Society, Honolulu, and Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY.

PRATT, H. D.  1995.  [Review] A field guide to the birds of Borneo, Sumatra, Java, and Bali  by J. Mackinnon and K. Phillips; Oxford University Press, 1993. Auk 112:533-535.

PRATT, H. D.  1994.  [Review] Descriptions of Thirty-two new species of birds from the Hawaiian Islands:  Part I. Non-Passeriformes and Part II. Passeriformes (Ornithological Monogr. 45 and 46).  Journal of Field Ornithology 65: 273-276.

PRATT, H. D.  1994.  Avifaunal change in the Hawaiian Islands, 1893-1993. Studies in Avian Biology 15:103-118.

PRATT, H. D.  1993b.  [Review]  Masterpieces of bird art:  700 years of ornithological illustration by R. F. Pasquier and J. Farrand.  The Bird Book Review 1:7-9.

PRATT, H. D.  1993a.  Enjoying birds in Hawaii:  a birdfinding guide to the fiftieth state.  Mutual Publishing, Honolulu, Hawaii.  207 pp., 215 color illustrations, 28 maps.

PRATT, H. D.  1992.  Systematics of the Hawaiian "creepers" Oreomystis  and Paroreomyza.  Condor 94: 836-846.

PRATT, H. D.  1992.  Is the Poo-uli Melamprosops phaeosoma  a Hawaiian honeycreeper?  Condor 94: 172-180.

PRATT, H. D., and P. L. Bruner.  1992.  A probable Little Egret (Egretta garzetta) on O‘ahu.  ‘Elepaio 52: 15, 17.

PRATT, H. D.  1991.  Hybridization of Great-tailed and Boat-tailed grackles in Louisiana.  Journal of Louisiana Ornithology 2:2-14.

PRATT, H. D.  1990.  Island treasures.  Defenders 65: 50-51.

PRATT, H. D.  1990.  Bird the world’s islands now.  Birding 22:10-15.

PRATT, H. D.  1989.  A new name for the Kauai Amakihi (Drepanidinae: Hemignathus).  ‘Elepaio 49: 13-14.

PRATT, H. D.  1989.  In memoriam:  Robert James Newman 1907-1988.  American Birds 43: 435-436.

PRATT, H. D.  1989.  Species limits in akepas (Drepanidinae: Loxops).  Condor 91: 933-940.

Pratt, H. D.  1988.  Hawaii and the American Birding Association.  Birding 20:375-380.

PRATT, H. D.  1988.  A new name for the eastern subspecies of the Brown-backed Solitaire Myadestes occidentalis.  Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 108: 135-136.

PRATT, H. D., P. L. Bruner, and D. G. Berrett.  1987.  A field guide to the birds of Hawaii and the tropical Pacific.  Princeton University Press, Princeton, N. J.  409 pp. + 45 color plates.

PRATT, H. D.  1987.  Occurrence of the North American coot (Fulica americana americana) in the Hawaiian Islands, with comments on the taxonomy of the Hawaiian Coot.  ‘Elepaio 47: 25-28.

PRATT, H. D.  1986.  Some thoughts on the birds of the tropical Pacific.  Birding 18:250-253.

PRATT, H. D.  1986.  A review of the English and scientific nomenclature of cave swiftlets (Aerodramus).  ‘Elepaio 46: 119-125.

Engbring, J., and H. D. PRATT.  1985.  Endangered birds in Micronesia:  their history, status, and future prospects.  Bird Conservation 2: 71-105.

PRATT, H. D.  1983.  [Species accounts of] Glossy Ibis, White-faced Ibis, Virginia Rail, Clapper Rail, King Rail, Common Grackle, Boat-tailed Grackle, [and] Great-tailed Grackle.  In  Farrand, J., Jr., Ed. The Audubon Society master guide to birding, Vol. 1: 124-126, 300-302;  Vol. 3:  300-304.  Alfred A. Knopf, New York.

Orenstein, R. I., and H. D. PRATT.  1983.  The relationships and evolution of the southwest Pacific warbler genera Vitia  and Psamathia. Wilson Bulletin 95: 184-198.

PRATT, H. D.  1982.  Relationships and speciation of the Hawaiian thrushes.  Living Bird 19: 73-90.

PRATT, H. D., and P. L. Bruner.  1981.  Noteworthy records of non-breeding birds in Micronesia.  Micronesica 17: 195-198.

PRATT, H. D.  1980.  Intra-island variation in the ‘Elepaio on the Island of Hawaii.  Condor 82: 449-458.

PRATT, H. D., J. Engbring, P. L. Bruner, and D. G. Berrett.  1980.  Notes on the taxonomy, natural history, and status of the resident birds of Palau.  Condor 82: 117-131.

PRATT, H. D.  1980.  The White-faced Ibis in Hawaii.  ‘Elepaio 41: 45-46.

PRATT, H. D.  1980.  A Buff-breasted Sandpiper on Kauai.  ‘Elepaio 41: 49.

PRATT, H. D.  1979.  A new subspecies of the Elepaio Chasiempis sandwichensis  from the island of Hawaii.  Bulletin of the British Ornithologists' Club 99: 105-108.

PRATT, H. D.  1979.  A systematic analysis of the endemic avifauna of the Hawaiian Islands.  Unpublished Ph. D. dissertation, Louisiana State University  University Microfilms 79-28440.

PRATT, H. D.  1979.  Nomenclatural notes on Hawaiian birds.  ‘Elepaio 39: 84-85.

PRATT, H. D., P. L. Bruner, and D. G. Berrett.  1979.  America's unknown avifauna:  the birds of the Mariana Islands.  American Birds 33: 227-235.

Bruner, P. L., and H. D. PRATT.  1979.  Notes on the status and natural history of Micronesian bats.  ‘Elepaio 40: 1-4.

Scott, J. M., S. Conant, and H. D. PRATT.  1979.  Field identification of the Hawaiian Creeper on the Island of Hawaii.  Western Birds 10: 71-80.

PRATT, H. D., and P. L Bruner.  1978.  Micronesian Megapode rediscovered on Saipan.  ‘Elepaio 39: 57-59.

Shallenberger, R. J., and H. D. PRATT.  1978.  Recent observations and field identification of the Oahu Creeper (Loxops maculata maculata).  'Elepaio 38: 135-140.

PRATT, H. D.  1978.  Do mainland coots occur in Hawaii?  ‘Elepaio 38: 73.

PRATT, H. D.  1978.  Voices of Micronesian birds.  [Cassette tape]  Institute of Pacific Islands Forestry, U. S. Forest Service, Honolulu.

PRATT, H. D., B. Ortego, and H. D. Guillory.  1977.  Spread of the Great-tailed Grackle in southwestern Louisiana.  Wilson Bulletin 89: 483-485.

PRATT, H. D., D. G. Berrett, and P. L. Bruner. 1977.  Some extraordinary observations of endangered forest birds on the Island of Hawaii.  American Birds 31: 268-272.

PRATT, H. D., P. L. Bruner and D. G. Berrett.  1977.  Ornithological observations on Yap, western Caroline Islands.  Micronesica 13: 49-56.

PRATT, H. D.  1977.  The Black-headed Munia discovered on Kauai.  ‘Elepaio 38: 18-19.

PRATT, H. D., and R. J. Shallenberger.  1976.  Bird vocalizations from the island of Hawaii.  [Cassette tape]  Ahuimanu Productions, Kailua, Hawaii.  Privately produced for U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Volcano, Hawaii.

PRATT, H. D.  1976.  Field identification of White-faced and Glossy ibises.  Birding 8: 1-5.

PRATT, H. D., and J. P. O’Neill. 1976. [Review] Naturalist's color guide:  Part I, the color guide; Part II, the color guide supplement.  Auk 93: 404-406.

PRATT, H. D. 1975. Taxonomy for the layman:  a guide to lumping and splitting with suggestions for listers.  Birding 7: 303-316.

PRATT, H. D. 1975. Woodpecker, Red-cockaded (Louisiana, Fluker). Birding 7:155.

PRATT, H. D. and P. L. Bruner. 1975. “Newell’s” Shearwater (Hawaii, Island of Kauai). Birding 7:95.

PRATT, H. D. 1974.  Field identification of Great-tailed and Boat-tailed grackles in their zone of overlap.  Birding 6: 217-223.

PRATT, H. D. 1974. Warbler, Golden-winged (North Carolina, Cherokee). Birding 6:25-26.

PRATT, H. D. 1973.  Huntington Beach State Park, South Carolina. Birding 5:241.

PRATT, H. D. 1973. Black Francolin. Birding 5:195-196.

PRATT, H. D. 1973.  Interactions of Great-tailed Grackles and Boat-tailed Grackles (Cassidix) in Louisiana.  Unpublished M. S. Thesis, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge.

PRATT, H. D. 1971. Additional notes on the birds of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina.  Chat 35: 1-4.

M. B. Simpson and H. D. Pratt. 1968.  Clay-colored Sparrow at Columbia, S.C. Chat 32:78.

M. B. Simpson and H. D. Pratt. 1967. Evidence of nesting of the Swainson's Warbler in Sumter County, S.C.  Chat 31:77.


PUBLISHED ILLUSTRATIONS

Books, scientific papers, and magazine articles:

McKay, B. D., M. B. J. Reynolds, W. K. Hayes, and D. S. Lee.  2010.  Evidence for the species status of the Bahama Yellow-throated Warbler (Dendroica “dominica” flavescens).  Auk 127:932-939.  [Color painting by H. D. Pratt on cover]

PRATT, H. D.  2010.  Family Drepanididae (Hawaiian honeycreepers). In del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A. & Christie, D. A., eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World.  Vol. 15.  Lynx Edicions, Barcelona.  [3 color plates]

PRATT, H. D. 2010.  Revisiting species and subspecies of island birds for a better assessment of biodiversity.  Ornithological Monographs 67:79-89.  [2 color plates, one on cover]

Gillespie, R. G., and D. A. Clague, editors. 2009. Encyclopedia of Islands.  University of California Press, Berkeley.  [1 color plate]

Higgins, P.  2008.  Genus Myzomela.   In del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A. & Christie, D. A., eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World.  Vol. 13.  Lynx Edicions, Barcelona.  [4 color plates]

Van Balen, S.  2008.  Family Zosteropidae (White-eyes). In del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A. & Christie, D. A., eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World.  Vol. 13.  Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. [6 color plates]

Grant, P. R. and B. R. Grant.  2008.  How and why species multiply:  The radiation of Darwin’s finches.  Princeton University Press, Princeton, NJ.  [1 color plate]

Pratt, H. D., and M. T. Etpison.  2008.  Birds and Bats of Palau.  Mutual Publishing, LLC, Honolulu. [Palau endemics plate]

Erhardt, A.  2008.  Aus Feuer geboren.  Ornis 10(6):12-16.  [Adaptive radiation figure]

Schulenberg, T. S., D. F. Stotz, D. F. Lane, J. P. O’Neill, and T. A. Parker III.  2007.  Birds of Peru.  Princeton University Press, Princeton.  [47 color figures]

Beletsky, L.  2007b.  The bird songs anthology:  200 birds from North America and beyond.  Chronicle Books, San Francisco.

Beletsky, L.  2007a.  Bird songs.  Chronicle Books, San Francisco.

Beletsky, L.  2006.  Birds of the World.  Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.

Alderfer, J., Ed.  2006. Complete Birds of North America. National Geographic Society, Washington DC.  [Numerous images re-used from NGS field guide.]

Boles, W. J.  2006.  Family Rhipiduridae (fantails).   In del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A. &  Christie, D. A., eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World. Vol. 11, pp. 200-242.  Lynx Edicions, Barcelona.  [4 color plates]

Collar, N. J. 2005. [Bluebirds and solitaires].  In del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A. & Christie, D. A., eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World. Vol. 10, pp. 514-807. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. [1 color plate.]

Temple, H. J. 2005. Family Dulidae (Palmchat). In del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A. & Christie, D. A., eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World. Vol. 10, pp. 326-331. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. [1 color plate.]

Chu, M. C.. 2005. Family Ptilogonatidae (silky-flycatchers). In del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A. & Christie, D. A., eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World. Vol. 10, pp. 292-302. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. [1 color plate.]

PRATT, H. D.  2005.   The Hawaiian honeycreepers: Drepanidinae.  Bird Families of the World.  Oxford University Press.  [8 color plates.]

Alderfer, J., Ed.  2005.  National Geographic field guide to birds:  The Carolinas.  National Geographic Society, Washington, DC.  [16 figures extracted from larger guide.]

Anon.  2004.  Common birds of Hawai‘i.  Bess Press, Honolulu.  [Folding field card.]

Whitney, B. 2003. Family Conopophagidae (gnateaters). Pp. 732-747 in del Hoyo, J., Elliott, A. & Christie, D. A., eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World. Vol. 8. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. [1 color plate.]

Snetsinger, P.  2003.  Birding on Borrowed Time.  American Birding Association, Colorado Springs, CO.  [46 color and b/w bird portraits.]

Burns, A.  2003.  A new ABA publication:  An excerpt from Birding on Borrowed Time by Phoebe Snetsinger.  Birding 35:128.  [Harpy Eagle from BBT]

Palau Conservation Society.  [undated]  Endemic birds of Palau.  Palau Conservation Society, Koror, Palau.  [Re-used figures from 1987 field guide]

PRATT, H. D.  2002.  Enjoying birds and other wildlife in Hawaii  Mutual Publishing, Honolulu. [Photographs and a few paintings]

National Geographic Society.  2007, 2002, 1999, 1987, 1983.  Field guide to the birds of North America.  National Geographic Society, Washington DC.  [60 plates in first edition, 5 additional in second.  Subsequent editions have replaced some figures, but Pratt’s work still amounts to nearly one third of illustrations in this very popular field guide.]

Ziegler, A. C.  2002.  Hawaiian natural history, ecology, and evolution.  U. Hawai‘i Press, Honolulu.  [Several color paintings reprinted from other publications.]

Ziegler, M.  2002.  Ke Kukui.  Hawaii Fishing News, June 2002.  [1 b/w portrait]

PRATT, H. D.  2002.  Hawai‘i Mamo (Drepanis pacifica), Black Mamo (Drepanis funerea), and Ula-‘ai-hawane (Ciridops anna).  In The Birds of North America (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.), No. 640.  The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA.  [3 color portraits.]

Thomsen, D. and N.  2002.  Hawaii helps endangered geese. Purple Mountain Press, the Real Newspaper for Kids!  2(12):1.  [1 color portrait]

Peterson, R. T., and V. M. Peterson.  2002.  A Field Guide to the Birds of Eastern and Central North America.  5th Ed.  Houghton Mifflin Co., Boston.  [4 flycatchers, p. 229]

Sunquist, F., M. Sunquist, and L. Beletsky.  2002. Florida:  The Ecotravellers’ Wildlife Guide.  Academic Press, San Diego.

PRATT, T. K., S. G. Fancy, and C. J. Ralph.  2001.  ‘Akiapòlà‘au (Hemignathus munroi) and Nukupu‘u (H. lucidus).  In No. 600 The Birds of North America (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds  The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA. [One color plate.]

Mayr, E., and J. Diamond.  2001.  The birds of northern Melanesia.  Oxford University Press, Oxford.  [9 color plates]

Fuller, E.  2001.  Extinct birds.  Revised Ed.  Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY.  [Several color portraits]

PRATT, H. D.  2001.  Adaptive radiation in Hawaiian honeycreepers:  an introduction to a Birding photo showcase.  Birding 33:142-143.   [1 color chart.]

Stolzenburg, W.  2001.  The beak of the honeycreeper.  Nature Conservancy 50(6):8-9.  [1 derivative composite chart.]

Kepler, A. K.  2001.  Family Todidae (Todies).   Pp. 250-263 in  del Hoyo, J. Elliott, A. & Sargatal, J. eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World.  Vol. 6.  Mousebirds to Hornbills.  Lynx Edicions, Barcelona.  [1 color plate.]

Snow, D. W.  2001.  Family Momotidae (Motmots).   Pp. 264-284 in  del Hoyo, J. Elliott, A. & Sargatal, J. eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World.  Vol. 6.  Mousebirds to Hornbills.  Lynx Edicions, Barcelona.  [2 color plates.]

Scott, J. M., S. Conant, and C. Van Riper, III, editors.  2001.  Evolution, ecology, conservation and management of Hawaiian birds:  A vanishing avifauna.  Studies in Avian Biology No. 22.  [Color frontispiece and 5 pencil drawings.]

BirdLife International.  2000.  Threatened birds of the world.  Lynx Edicions and BirdLife International, Barcelona and Cambridge, U. K.  [1 previously unpublished painting and dozens of portraits republished from other works.]

Beletsky, L.  2000.  Hawaii:  The Ecotravellers’ Wildlife Guide.  Academic Press, San Diego.  [35 color plates.]

Sykes, P. W., A. K. Kepler, C. B. Kepler, and J. M. Scott.  2000.  Kaua‘i ‘O‘o, O‘ahu ‘O‘o, Bishop’s ‘O‘o, Hawai‘i ‘O‘o, and Kioea.  In The Birds of North America, No. 535 (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.).  The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA.  [One composite plate.]

Baker, P. E., and H. Baker.  2000.  Kákáwahie (Paroreomyza flammea) and O‘ahu ‘Alauahio (Paroreomyza maculata).  In The Birds of North America, No. 503 (A. Poole and F. Gill, Eds.).  The Birds of North America, Inc., Philadelphia, PA.  [Two color portraits.]

Cohn-Haft, M.  1999.  Family Nyctibiidae (Potoos).  Pp. 288-301 in  del Hoyo, J. Elliott, A. & Sargatal, J. eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World.  Vol. 5.  Barn-owls to Hummingbirds.  Lynx Edicions, Barcelona.  [1 color plate.]

Schuchmann, K. L. 1999.  Family Trochilidae (Hummingbirds).  Pp. 468-680 in  del Hoyo, J. Elliott, A. & Sargatal, J. eds. Handbook of the Birds of the World.  Vol. 5.  Barn-owls to Hummingbirds.  Lynx Edicions, Barcelona.  [2 color plates.]

D. A. Zimmerman, D. Turner, and D. Pearson. 1999.   Birds of Kenya and northern Tanzania.  Helm Field Guide.  Princeton University Press, Princeton, N. J.  [20 color plates.]

Feduccia, A.  1999.  The Origin and Evolution of Birds.  Second Ed.  Yale University Press, New Haven.  [Color cover]

GRIGGS, J. 1997.  All the birds of North America.  HarperCollins, Publishers, New York.  [6 color plates.]

D. A. Zimmerman, D. Turner, and D. Pearson. 1996.   Birds of Kenya and northern Tanzania.  Princeton University Press, Princeton, N. J.  [20 color plates.]

Jehl, J. R., JR. AND N. K. Johnson, editors.  1994.  A century of avifaunal change in western North America.  Cooper Ornithological Society.  [Color frontispiece.]

Wexler, M. 1994.  Making an art of science.  National Wildlife 32(1):22-27.  [2 paintings]

PRATT, H. D.  1993.  Enjoying birds in Hawaii:  a birdfinding guide to the fiftieth state.  Mutual Publishing, Honolulu.  [215 photographs and paintings, 28 maps.]

Pope, T., N. Odenwald, and C. Fryling, Jr. 1993.  Attracting Birds to Southern Gardens.  Taylor Publishing Co., Dallax TX.  [Two color plates.]

Line, L. 1993.  Silence of the songbirds.  National Geographic 183: 68-91.  [2 color paintings.]

Simpson, M. B., Jr.  1992.  Birds of the Blue Ridge Mountains.  University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, N. C.  [22 halftone drawings.]

Halioua, J.  1992.  Un ouranganau paradis.  Terre Sauvage  67: 101-115.  [1 painting.]

Frederick, P. C., and K. L. Bildstein.  1992. Foraging ecology of seven species of neotropical ibises (Threskiornithidae) during the dry season in the llanos of Venezuela.  Wilson bulletin 104:1-21.  [Color frontispiece]

Reader’s Digest Association.  1990.  Book of North American birds.  Reader's Digest Assoc., Pleasantville NY.  [29 color portraits.]

Daly, K. N.  1990.  The big Golden Book of backyard birds.  Western Publishing Co., Racine WI.  [Co-illustrated with John P. O'Neill;  23 color portraits.]

Lowe, D. W., J. R. Matthews, and C. J. Moseley, editors.  1990.  The Official World Wildlife Fund Guide to Endangered Species of North America.  Beacham Publishing, Inc., Washington DC.  [14 halftone illustrations.]

PRATT, H. D.  1990.  Island treasures.  Defenders  65: 50.  [Autobiographical article plus full page portrait of Common Amakihi.]

PRATT, H. D. 1990. Bird the world's islands now. Birding 22: 9-15.  [2 paintings, 4 photos.]

Anon.  1990.  "Islands" bird watching.  Continental Air Micronesia's Islands  9: 16-17.  [2-page montage based on U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service posters by Pratt.]

Tate, J., JR.  1989.  New animal notice of review published. Endangered Species Technical Bulletin 14: 4-5.  [1 halftone drawing.]

PRATT, H. D.  1989.  A new name for the Kauai Amakihi (Drepanidinae: Hemignathus).  ‘Elepaio 49: 13-14.  [1 halftone drawing.]

McClung, R. M. 1989.  Introducing our new bird book.  Colonial Williamsburg 12: 12-15.  [6 color paintings selected from Birds of  Colonial Williamsburg.]

Feduccia, A.  1989.  The birds of Colonial Williamsburg.  Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Williamsburg VA.  [75 color plates.]

Foster, N., B. Pope, W. Gagné, and A. Thomas.  1988.  Hawai‘i:  A calendar of natural events, 1989.  Bishop Museum Special Publication No. 81.  [2 paintings, 1 drawing.]

Anon. 1987.  Status of native Hawaiian birds:  25 gone and 20 going.  AAV Today 1: 105.  [Halftone drawing.]

Scott, J. M., C. B. Kepler, C. Van Riper, III, AND S. I. Fefer.  1988.  Conservation of Hawaii's vanishing avifauna.  BioScience  38: 238-253.  [1 color plate.]

PRATT, H. D., P. L. Bruner, and D. G. Berrett.  1987.  A field guide to the birds of Hawaii and the tropical Pacific.  Princeton University Press, Princeton NJ. [45 color plates, 44 halftone drawings, 14 maps.]

Foster, N., B. Pope, W. Gagné, and A. Thomas.  1987.  Hawai‘i:  A calendar of natural events, 1988.   Bishop Museum Special Publication No. 79.  [2 paintings, 1 drawing by Pratt.]

Card, A. L. 1986.  Island Audubon Society watches snakes, not birds.  Audubon Action, February 1986, p. 9.  [2 halftone drawings.]

Scott, J. M., S. Mountainspring, F. L. Ramsey, and C. B. Kepler.  1986.  Forest bird communities of the Hawaiian Islands:  their dynamics, ecology, and conservation.  Studies in Avian Biology No. 9.  [26 halftone drawings.]

Hanson, D. G. 1986. Winging it: Arizona’s hummingbird heaven. National Geographic Traveler 3(1):32-39.  [8 species by Pratt from National Geographic field guide.]

Stone, C. P.  1985.  Native wildlife in Hawaii's national parks.  Naturalist  36: 2-10.  [3 halftone drawings by Pratt.]

Anon.  1984.  Guam Rail given emergency protection.  Endangered Species Technical Bulletin  9: 3.  [Halftone illustration.]

Hines, D. 1983. H. Douglas Pratt, Jr., designer of Palau bird stamps. STAMPS 204:352-356. [first stamp designs]

Hawaii Audubon Society.  1984, 1989.  Hawaii's birds.  3rd. and 4th. Editions.  Hawaii Audubon Soc., Honolulu.  [9 color portraits.]

Anon. 1984.  Recovery plans approved for Hawaiian wildlife.  Endangered Species Technical Bulletin 9: 1, 4-10.  [5 halftone drawings.]

Graham, F., Jr.  1983.  A silence on Guam.  Audubon  85: 12-15.  [3 color portraits.]

PRATT, H. D.  1982.  Relationships and speciation of the Hawaiian thrushes. Living Bird  19: 73-90.  [1 color plate.]

Feduccia, A.  1980.  The age of birds.  Harvard University Press, Cambridge MA.  [2 halftone illustrations from color paintings in B. P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu.]

PRATT, H. D., P. L. Bruner, and D. G. Berrett.  1979.  America's unknown avifauna:  the birds of the Mariana Islands.  American Birds 33: 227-235.  [Cover painting and 2 color plates.]

Scott, J. M., S. Conant, and H. D. Pratt.  1979.  Field identification of the Hawaiian Creeper on the island of Hawaii.  Western Birds 10: 71-80.  [1 color plate.]

Berger, A. J.  1977.  Aloha means goodbye.  National Wildlife 15: 28-35. [6 color portraits.]

PRATT, H. D., D. G. Berrett, and P. L. Bruner.  1977.  Some extraordinary observations of endangered forest birds on the Island of Hawaii.  American Birds 31: 268-272.  [2 line drawings, 2 paintings.]

Raikow, R. J.  1977.  The origin and evolution of the Hawaiian honeycreepers (Drepanididae). Living Bird 15: 95-117.  [1 color plate.]

Conant, S.  1977.  The breeding biology of the Oahu ‘Elepaio.  Wilson Bulletin 89: 193-210.  [Color frontispiece.]

PRATT, H. D.  1976.  Field identification of White-faced and Glossy ibises.  Birding  8: 1-5.  [1 color plate.]

PRATT, H. D.  1975.  Taxonomy for the layman:  a guide to lumping and splitting with suggestions for listers.  Birding 7: 303-316.  [4 line drawings.]

Encyclopaedia Britannica.  1974.  Encyclopaedia Britannica 15th. Edition.  [25 color and halftone illustrations of birds and mammals.]

Lowery, G. H., Jr.  1974.  The mammals of Louisiana and its adjacent waters.  Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge. [13 color plates, 65 coquille drawings of skulls, many line drawings.]

Lowery, G. H., Jr. 1974.  Louisiana Birds.  3rd. Edition.  Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge.  [14 line drawings.]

PRATT, H. D.  1974.  Field identification of Great-tailed and Boat-tailed grackles in their zone of overlap.  Birding 6: 217-223.  [1 color plate, 1 line drawing.]


Posters:

Seabirds and Freshwater Birds of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands.  1992, Guam Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources and Division of Fish and Wildlife, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas.

Forest Birds of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands.  1992, Guam Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources and Division of Fish and Wildlife, Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas.

Seabirds and Freshwater Birds of the Federated States of Micronesia.  1987, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Forest Birds of the Federated States of Micronesia.  1987, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service.


Postage Stamps:

Postage Stamps depicting birds and plants, 1983-1992, Republic of Palau.

Postage Stamps depicting birds, 1983-1986, Republic of the Marshall Islands.

Postage Stamps depicting birds, 1988-1992, Federated States of Micronesia.


Journal and Magazine Covers:

Current Biology, November 2011.

The Auk, October 2010.

The Birder’s Catalog, Spring 2007.  ABA Sales, Colorado Springs, CO.

Evolution, February 2006.

Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Summer 2004.

The Birder’s Catalog, Fall 2003.  ABA Sales, Colorado Springs, CO.

The Auk, October 2002.

The Birder’s Catalog, Fall 1999.  ABA Sales, Colorado Springs, CO.

Natur Wissenschaften 85 (6), 1998.

Ka ‘Elele  [Newsletter of Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Honolulu] October 1987.

Princeton University Press Catalog, Fall 1986

LSU Staff-Student Directory, 1982-83.

LSU Alumni News, October/November 1981.

Defenders, December 1975. [back cover.]

The Chat, March 1967.


Selected Lectures & Talks (not a complete list)

1984 (30 November, 1 December).  “Hawaii:  Cradle of Evolution” and “The Hawaiian Honeycreepers”.  Cincinnati Nature Center, Cincinnati, OH.

1985 (March). Louis Agassiz Fuertes Lecturer, Laboratory of Ornithology, Cornell University, Ithaca NY.

1988 (June). Lecturer. American Birding Association Convention, Duluth MN.

1991 (13 May).  “Island Birds.”  Robert A. Vines Environmental Science Center, Houston, TX.

1997 (April).  “Why the Hawaii Creeper is an Oreomystis.”  Paper given at 67th meeting of the Cooper Ornithological Society, Hilo, HI.

2005 (May)  “Illustrating Nature:  Life at the Interface of Art and Science.”  Annual convention, South Dakota Ornithologists’ Union, Vermillion, SD.

2006 (August).  “Reassessing Species Limits in Island Birds:  Must We Wait for DNA?”  Paper presented at North American Ornithological Conference, Veracruz, Mexico.

2006 (12 October).  “Island Birds”.  Charleston Audubon Society, Charleston, SC.

2007 (5 March).  “The Strange Case of The Creeper.”  Nuttall Ornithological Club, Boston, MA.

2007 (25 March).  “Illustrating Nature in Hawaii:  The Interface of Art and Science.”  After Dark in the Park Lecture Series, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii.

2007 (9 April).  “A New Book on Palau’s Birds.”  Palau Conservation Society, Koror, Palau.

2007 (23 September).  “Methods and Techniques of Bird Illustration.”  Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, Chapel Hill, NC.

2008 (2 February).  “From Triumph to Tragedy in Kauai’s Lost World.”  Carolina Bird Club Winter Meeting, Georgetown, SC.

2008 (13 May) “Illustrating Nature:  Life at the Interface of Art and Science.” Wake Audubon Society, Raleigh, NC.

2008 (August).  “The Taxonomic Crisis in Endemic Island Bird Conservation”.  Paper presented as part of symposium on conservation of Pacific Island birds, joint meeting of American Ornithologists’ Union, Cooper Ornithological Society, and Society of Canadian Ornithologists, Portland, OR.

2009 (May). “Confessions of a Bird Illustrator”.  Keynote speaker, first convention of Gay Birders of North America, Spearfish, SD.

2009 (July).  “Illustrating Birds:  Life at the Interface of Art and Science.”  The North Carolina Arboretum, Asheville, NC.

2010 (April).  “A Silence on Guam”.  Keenagers Club, Raleigh, NC.

2010 (April). “Illustrating Nature:  Life at the Interface of Art and Science”.  North Carolina Bluebird Society, Garner, NC.

2011 (April).  “Species in Ornithology and Birding”.  New Hope Audubon Society, Chapel Hill, NC.