Publications by P.G. Kennedy SJ

Publications by P.G. Kennedy listed chronologially and by series

Publications

  •  1913. A Paradise of Sea-Birds. The Irish Monthly. 41 (482), pp419–426.
  •  1913. Birds in the Garden. The Irish Monthly. 41 (486), pp654–661.
  •  1914. The Birds of the Air. The Irish Monthly. 42 (497), pp608–617.
  •  1915. The Birds of the Air. The Irish Monthly. 43 (500), pp90–101.
  •  1932. A Patrician Trio. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 4 (3), pp64–64.
  •  1938. Spoonbill, Black Redstart, and Hoopoe. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 7 (2), pp53–53.
  •  1940. Green Sandpiper in Offaly. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 7 (10), pp302–302.
  •  1940. Interbreeding of a Hooded and a Carrion Crow in 1939. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 7 (9), pp243–246.
  •  1943. Birds of the Countryside Part I: The Crow Family. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 32 (126), pp219–224.
  •  1943. Birds of the Countryside. Part II: Eagles and Hawks. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 32 (127), pp338–346.
  •  1943. Birds of the Countryside. Part III: The Owl Family. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 32 (128), pp532–538
  •  1944. Birds of the Countryside Part VI: Waders. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 33 (131), pp393–399.
  •  1944. Birds of the Countryside Part VII: Woodcock and Snipe. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 33 (132), pp527–534.
  •  1944. Birds of the Countryside: Part IV.: Pigeons and Doves. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 33 (129), pp87–90.
  •  1944. Birds of the Countryside. Part V: Game-Birds. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 33 (130), pp249–256.
  •  1944. Immature Iceland Gull in White Plumage. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 8 (6), pp218–219.
  •  1944. Interbreeding of Carrion and Hooded Crows in Co. Dublin. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 8 (6), pp217–218.
  •  1945. Birds of the Countryside Part IX: Sandpipers. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 34 (134), pp252–258.
  •  1945. Birds of the Countryside Part VIII: Phalaropes, Turnstone and Knot. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 34 (133), pp119–127.
  •  1945. Birds of the Countryside: Part X. Sandpipers. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 34 (135), pp354–360.
  •  1945. Birds of the Countryside: Part XI. Sandpipers and Plover. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 34 (136), pp552–558.
  •  1945. Iceland Gull in Dublin. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 8 (7), pp263–263.
  •  1946. Birds of the Countryside Part XII.: Plovers. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 35 (137), pp91–98.
  •  1946. Birds of the Countryside Part XIII: The Lapwing and Other Waders. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 35 (139), pp379–386.
  •  1946. Birds of the Countryside Part XIV: Herons. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 35 (140) pp473–480
  •  1946. Charles Bethune Moffat. 1859–1945. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 8 (10), pp349–359.
  •  1947. Additional Notes on the Bird Life of the North Bull. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 9 (1), pp1–9.
  •  1947. With P.G., Stokes, M.E., Deane, C.D. & Stendall, J.A.S. Immigration of Waxwings.  _The Irish Naturalists’ Journal._ 9 (2), pp49–50.
  •  1947. Birds of the Countryside Part XVIII: Diving Ducks. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 36 (144), pp461–468.
  •  1947. Birds of the Countryside: Part XV.: Swans and Geese. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 36 (141), pp81–89.
  •  1947. Birds of the Countryside: Part XVI.: Geese and Ducks. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 36 (142), pp194–202.
  •  1947. Birds of the Countryside: Part XVII.: Surface-Feeding and Diving Ducks. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 36 (143), pp326–334.
  •  1948. Birds of the Countryside Part XIX.: Mergansers and Grebes. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 37 (145), pp75–83.
  •  1948. Birds of the Countryside Part XXI: Thrushes. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 37 (148), pp475–483.
  •  1948. Birds of the Countryside: Part XX.: Rails. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 37 (147), pp292–299.
  •  1948. Two American Pectoral Sandpipers Obtained in Ireland. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 9 (5), pp128–128.
  •  1949. Violation of Sanctuary. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 38 (149), pp37–45.

Books

  •  1953. An Irish sanctuary: birds of the North Bull. Dublin: The sign of the three candles.
  •  1954.with R.F.Ruttledge and C.F.Scroope. The birds of lreland: an account of the distribution, migration and habits as observed in Ireland. Oliver & Boyd, Edinburgh & London.
  •  1961. A List of the Birds of Ireland. Stationery Office, Dublin.

Series

Bird Life on the North Bull

  •  1935. Bird Life on the North Bull. The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 5 (7), pp165–168.
  •  1935. Bird Life on the North Bull (Continued). The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 5 (8), pp190–192.
  •  1935. Bird Life on the North Bull (Continued). The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 5 (9), pp219–223.
  •  1935. Bird Life on the North Bull (continued). The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 5 (10), pp260–264.
  •  1935. Bird Life on the North Bull (Continued). The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 5 (11), pp271–274.
  •  1935. Bird Life on the North Bull (Continued). The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 5 (12), pp299–302.
  •  1936. Bird Life on the North Bull (Continued). The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 6 (1), pp12–16.
  •  1936. Bird Life on the North Bull (Continued). The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 6 (2), pp46–48.
  •  1936. Bird Life on the North Bull. (Continued). The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 6 (3), pp68–72.
  •  1936. Bird Life on the North Bull (Continued). The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 6 (4), pp88–92.
  •  1936. Bird Life on the North Bull (Concluded). The Irish Naturalists’ Journal. 6 (5), pp120–125.

Birds of the Countryside

  •  1943. Birds of the Countryside Part I: The Crow Family. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 32 (126), pp219–224.
  •  1943. Birds of the Countryside. Part II: Eagles and Hawks. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 32 (127), pp338–346.
  •  1943. Birds of the Countryside. Part III: The Owl Family. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 32 (128), pp532–538
  •  1944. Birds of the Countryside: Part IV.: Pigeons and Doves. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 33 (129), pp87–90.
  •  1944. Birds of the Countryside. Part V: Game-Birds. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 33 (130), pp249–256.
  •  1944. Birds of the Countryside Part VI: Waders. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 33 (131), pp393–399.
  •  1944. Birds of the Countryside Part VII: Woodcock and Snipe. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 33 (132), pp527–534.
  •  1945. Birds of the Countryside Part VIII: Phalaropes, Turnstone and Knot. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 34 (133), pp119–127.
  •  1945. Birds of the Countryside Part IX: Sandpipers. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 34 (134), pp252–258.
  •  1945. Birds of the Countryside: Part X. Sandpipers. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 34 (135), pp354–360.
  •  1945. Birds of the Countryside: Part XI. Sandpipers and Plover. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 34 (136), pp552–558.
  •  1946. Birds of the Countryside Part XII.: Plovers. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 35 (137), pp91–98.
  •  1946. Birds of the Countryside Part XIII: The Lapwing and Other Waders. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 35 (139), pp379–386.
  •  1946. Birds of the Countryside Part XIV: Herons. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 35 (140) pp473–480
  •  1947. Birds of the Countryside: Part XV.: Swans and Geese. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 36 (141), pp81–89.
  •  1947. Birds of the Countryside: Part XVI.: Geese and Ducks. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 36 (142), pp194–202.
  •  1947. Birds of the Countryside: Part XVII.: Surface-Feeding and Diving Ducks. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 36 (143), pp326–334.
  •  1947. Birds of the Countryside Part XVIII: Diving Ducks. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 36 (144), pp461–468.
  •  1948. Birds of the Countryside Part XIX.: Mergansers and Grebes. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 37 (145), pp75–83.
  •  1948. Birds of the Countryside: Part XX.: Rails. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 37 (147), pp292–299.
  •  1948. Birds of the Countryside Part XXI: Thrushes. Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review. 37 (148), pp475–483.