bibliography of Alberta ornithology by David M. Ealey

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Published by Natural History Section, Provincial Museum of Alberta in Edmonton, Alta .

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Other titlesBibliography of Alberta ornithology.
StatementDavid M. Ealey, Martin K. McNicholl.
SeriesNatural history occasional paper,, no. 16
ContributionsMcNicholl, Martin K., Provincial Museum of Alberta. Natural History Section.
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LC ClassificationsZ5334.C3 B52 1991, QL685.5.A4 B52 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 751 p. :
Number of Pages751
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1768565M
ISBN 100773205993
LC Control Number92120093

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