Scott Barchard Wilson
Wilson was the son of the chemist George Fergusson Wilson. In 1887, he was sent by his professor Alfred Newton to study and collect birds in Hawaii. On his return he wrote Aves Hawaiienses (1890-1899) with Arthur Humble Evans, illustrated by Frederick William Frohawk.
- Fuller, Errol (2000): Extinct Birds, 2nd edition. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 0-19-850837-9
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