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University of Montana Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum Bird Specimens
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Primarily Montana and the US northern Rocky Mountain region
|Bounding Coordinates||South West [41, -121], North East [54, -103]|
Birds primarily from Montana and the US northern Rocky Mountain region
|Living Time Period||1900 - present, with a few older specimens|
|Collection Name||University of Montana Zoological Museum (UMZM) Bird specimens|
|Parent Collection Identifier||UMZM|
|Purpose||The Bird collection is used primarily for research, but also for teaching and outreach as relevant.|