Fonds consists of A.P. Coleman’s geology field notes, maps, photographs, and manuscripts.Coleman, Arthur Philemon
Fonds documents Craig Campbell’s interest and involvement in the conservation of Canada’s natural heritage. Textual records consist of correspondence related to his research and conservation efforts; correspondence related to his work for CARCS; correspondence with conservation agencies, academics and scientists from various institutions across North America; published and unpublished manuscripts written by Campbell, research materials, field notes, reports, newspaper clippings and photocopies of publications with annotations. Graphic records include photographs, slides, x-rays, and drawings of amphibians, reptiles and observation sites. Cartographic records include diagrams and maps. The fonds is arranged in 5 series as follows: Timber Rattlesnake Records, Hybrid Salamander Records, Salamander Habitat and Breeding Records, Turtle Records, and Natural Heritage Conservation Records.Campbell, Craig
Fonds consists of David Beacham’s field notes, as well as some index cards.
Fonds consists of one notebook of field notes made between 1949 and 1950. Field notes are arranged by class of species (fish, amphibians, mammals). Fonds also consists of a copy of Dr. James Cruise’s cv from 1975 and an address to the Empire Club of Canada.Cruise, James E. (Edwin)
Fonds consists of Edmund Murton Walker's entomology field notes.Walker, Edmund Murton
Fonds consists of Deacon's journal of bird observations, as well as three volumes of field notes. Deacon's journal describes weather conditions, bird behaviour, and species sighted. The field notes record the species of birds sighted on each given day, in addition to the number of birds of each species, weather conditions, and bird behaviour.Deacon, Edward J.
Fonds consists of two volumes of bird observations from 1882-1914. The first volume covers the years from 1882 to 1894, with later additions from 1904 and 1910. The second volume covers the years 1894 to 1914. Williams uses these two year diaries to record information for several years; for example, in the section reserved for January 1st 1884, he recorded notes for that day in 1885 and 1889. The entries consist of the common name (occasionally followed by the Latin name) of the species Williams observed, with information about how many of each species he saw or how many specimens he shot, as well as the occasional note regarding weather conditions. There are also the occasional notes regarding other creatures aside from birds - snakes, some reptiles and amphibians, and insects. There is a sketch of a stick insect near the end of the first volume.Williams, J. B. (John Bickerton), 1792-1855
Fonds consists of Richard Ussher’s field notes.Ussher, Richard Davy
The fonds consists of Stuart L. Thompson’s personal diaries in which he documents his daily life in the City of Toronto along with noting bird and mammal sightings. There are a number of special diaries documenting Thompson's various travels. The fonds also consists of bird sighting charts and of two items of Thompson’s correspondence. The fonds does not include two diaries documenting Thompson's overseas service during World War I.
Where specimens were collected, Thompson made a notation in his diary with a collection number. Several of the diaries have indexes of his collection at the back.Thompson, Stuart Logan