The Wilson Journal of Ornithology
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|The Wilson Journal of Ornithology|
|The Wilson Bulletin|
|1889 to present|
The Wilson Journal of Ornithology (until 2006 The Wilson Bulletin) is a quarterly scientific journal published by the Wilson Ornithological Society. Both the society and its journal were named after American ornithologist Alexander Wilson.
- BioOne: The Wilson Bulletin. Vol. 112-117 (2000–2005); free HTML abstracts, subscription required for PDF fulltexts.
- BioOne: The Wilson Journal of Ornithology. Vol. 118 (2006) onwards; free HTML abstracts, subscription required for PDF fulltexts.
- SORA: The Wilson Bulletin. Vol. 1-111 (1889–1999) free PDF/DejaVu fulltexts.
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