Cornell's Lab of Ornithology is one of the world's most robust ornithological research programs. It publishes and maintains online databases and research tools that can be used in the field or the office.
The Birds of North America is the original print version of what is now Cornell's online database Birds of the World. Published by the American Ornithologists' Union and the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia, it is actually a collection that catalogs hundreds of individual bird species, each with their own fold-out pamphlet.This collection resides in the Science Library's (CN16) reference section under call number is QL681 .B625.
In order to find the bird you are looking for, you will need to consult the Index:
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