Hudson, W.H. (William Henry), 1841-1922Alternative names
W.H. Hudson, author and naturalist, was born in Argentina of American parents. While growing up in Argentina, he developed a passion for the wildlife of the Pampas, particularly its birds. He eventually became disillusioned by the effect on the Pampas's ecosystem caused by large-scale immigration of bird-eating Italians. He moved to England, but was unsuccessful in obtaining employment as a naturalist, although he did contribute a number of articles to various periodicals. He wrote short stories, novels, and nature essays. His best-known novel was Green mansions (1904), a romance set in a forest in Venezuela. He was also a councillor for the Royal Society for the Protections of Birds, and campaigned vigorously for wild bird conservation.
From the description of W.H. Hudson letters, 1896-1907? (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 64190440
"Emily" is possibly Emily (Wingrave) Hudson, whom he married in 1876 and who died in 1921.
From the description of Letters, [ca. 1880-1922?], London and Penzance, England. (Brown University). WorldCat record id: 122691952
Naturalist and author.
From the description of Papers of W. H. Hudson [manuscript], 1910-1938. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647820212
English naturalist and author.
From the description of W. H. Hudson papers, 1865-1921, 1933-43. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 66895326
From the description of Papers, 1865-1921, 1933-43. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34491666
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