Val Nolan Jr.

 

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  • Nolan Jr., Val (1963)
    Field notes (1963) from Val Nolan Jr's study of the ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler, Dendroica discolor in Bloomington, Indiana. This study began in 1952, and systematic field work continued through 1965.
  • Nolan Jr., Val (1962)
    Field notes (1962) from Val Nolan Jr's study of the ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler, Dendroica discolor in Bloomington, Indiana. This study began in 1952, and systematic field work continued through 1965.
  • Nolan Jr., Val (1961)
    Field notes (1961) from Val Nolan Jr's study of the ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler, Dendroica discolor in Bloomington, Indiana. This study began in 1952, and systematic field work continued through 1965.
  • Nolan Jr., Val (1960)
    Field notes (1960) from Val Nolan Jr's study of the ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler, Dendroica discolor in Bloomington, Indiana. This study began in 1952, and systematic field work continued through 1965.
  • Nolan Jr., Val (1956)
    Field notes (July 1 to end, 1956) from Val Nolan Jr's study of the ecology and behavior of the prairie warbler, Dendroica discolor in Bloomington, Indiana. This study began in 1952, and systematic field work continued ...

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